Great leadership, faith and creativity all share curiosity. They diverge in how they answer the questions curiosity brings. We’re better together.
America worships comfort. However the Apostles taught suffering should be expected, and in our suffering we should find joy. When we rejoice together in the midst of pain, we grow!
We are in a spiritual crisis – identity theft. Christians have forgotten we are FIRST made in God’s image and adopted as God’s children.
A great leader isn’t flawless, but they do always show two traits. Great leaders are humble, and they learn from their mistakes.
Being a leader means experiencing pain and rejection – both real and perceived. How will you lead through offense? Read on for two options for you as a leader.
All of us have valleys of weeping, the kingdom of God is built on this pain redeemed. Your pain can become your pearl of great price!
It is a gift to be able to grieve with those who are in grief. But it is a gift that you can learn. Here are 4 tips to grieve with others.
Jesus didn’t condemn. Jesus challenged everyone he came into contact with. Let’s be like Jesus, drop condemnation, and pick up challenge.
The best leaders find themselves mixing humility into their leadership. Solomon’s leadership had this attitude and was richly rewarded by God.
It is natural to seek magic kingdoms of influence and wealth. Jesus challenges us to seek the power of the Holy Spirit not a magic kingdom.