Being a parent is teaching me so much about…me…
The other day I was in the living room and asked Charisse to do something…and she completely ignored me and kept right on going with her agenda.
SO…I repeated myself to her, thinking maybe she had not heard
I’ve been working with pastors and those they serve for over three decades.
That means two things: I have a lot of experience and I am old.
In the course of three decades, I have seen some pastors thrive and some pastors fail. And I have seen
#1 - Leadership That is ON FIRE!
If the leadership is not fired up about the church and what’s in store for the future the people they are leading will follow suit. Jesus started a FIRE in Acts chapter two - but only after He has
Once, a young man approached me at my resource table after a meeting. He smiled as he came up to me and said, “Like you, I’m called to speak prophetically, bringing correction to the church.”
Something about the way he said this made me feel uncomfortable.
JERUSALEM—it’s a name which stirs a wide spectrum of emotions
We all want our children to turn out well. Nothing thrills us more than seeing them go through school, marry well, excel in their career, and fulfill God’s purpose on their lives. Raising children who love, respect, serve, marry well, and contribute to society is not
When Jesus died on the cross, He paid for every sin that you and I and the rest of the human race will ever commit, from Adam’s first sin until the very last sin that will be committed on this planet. But that doesn’t mean
“I’ll never compromise!”
“It’s a matter of principle. I’m sticking to my guns!”
Some of the most painful wounds in ministry are self-inflicted. But, sometimes, compromise is in order.
I know. We don’t like that word. It sounds like we are weak. It connotes a person without