The company I worked for right after I graduated from Clemson had a terrible website. It’s design, navigation and content all communicated it was an experiment from the early days of the Internet, and it had been forgotten in a corner of the lab.
Leadership is not an easy road, but shortcuts never serve you well.
Under pressure, we are all tempted to take the more comfortable and familiar path, but the results you want come from an approach that includes sacrifice.
Under pressure it’s easy to choose:
Authority over Humility
I’m one of many in my generation who has been taught more about our individual walk with Jesus than about how all of us believers are one body. Only recently has the reality of this truth about the church become more clear to me. I
by J. A. Myhre
The majority of the world’s children wake up each day to a life of relative danger: tenuous food supplies, the lurking threat of violence, unregulated pollution, microbe-laden water, distant or inaccessible health care, substandard schools. And a significant portion of those face
Jesus said deception would be rampant in the final days of this age. That deception will culminate in the “Beast” (the Antichrist) and the “False Prophet.”
What are some of the warning signs of a false prophet, a “wolf in sheep’s clothing?”
In my recent travels overseas,
There are countless thousands of outstanding Christian leaders in America today, men and women of sacrifice and courage and integrity. But, the truth be told, there are many others who have compromised their convictions and chosen the fear of man over the fear of God.
Many people have this naïve view that a pastor just has to preach and love people.
Not so. Pastors certainly have to give a priority to preaching and ministry to others, but the pastor’s week is filled with unexpected and multifaceted demands.
Many times pastors need to
Today I have a good friend and mentor of mine, Bob Harrison on the podcast. We are talking about success, gratitude, and increase.