Reading Time: 3 minutes Finding a person of peace has one of the topics that has kept coming up in missional circles over the 10 years. We are encouraged to seek out these people. But what does it really mean? What if we stopped looking for a person of peace and started looking for a person of peace?
Reading Time: 3 minutes We should enjoy and give thanks for material things without allowing them to rule our hearts. Let’s consider God’s purpose for material things.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Strong church communication is vital in inspiring congregants to grow in their faith. Learn the top strategies for strengthening church communication here.
Reading Time: 3 minutes I will never be an astronaut, but I am a husband, dad, pastor, friend, leader, and mentor of men; what I do is very important. I am sure you feel the same about this mission called life. We need to ask God and others for help when we feel like we are going from Earth to Mars on a bottle rocket.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Your mind is like a garden. The question is, are you sowing seeds of positivity or negativity? Here’s a blog that will massively transform your life by simply changing your thoughts!
Reading Time: 3 minutes I’m sure you know the story of King Nebuchadnezzar. The king of Babylon had reached a height of unparalleled greatness and power, and in an act of divine glory thievery, he created a large golden image and commanded everyone under his authority to bow down and worship his idol.
Reading Time: 4 minutes As a pastor for the 30 years, I have officiated over 100 weddings and have counseled many couples. Based on my experience and my own marriage, I am starting a series titled “A Man’s Guide to Domestic Disputes.” This post is a quick five-point emergency kit message for men whose marriage is breaking down fast.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Saying ‘YES’ to everyone is not good, especially when you are just doing it to appear good in his or her eyes. You feel depleted, exhausted, and even feel like everyone depends on you. So why is the word ‘NO’ so important in a person’s life and why does it relate to reasonable service?
Reading Time: 3 minutes I’m deeply persuaded that we, just like those in Deuteronomy 1, are always asking and answering five deeply theological questions. I want to expound upon these a bit more in this post.
Reading Time: 4 minutes You know this place where it is the calm before a storm, a moment before an action an interruption of routine before the response–I want to call this the “In Between”. This can be a difficult place to navigate through and it can be much longer than a moment it can be a season before the next season. How we think and respond will be a game-changer.