Millennials tend to be more fulfillment and cause driven in their work as opposed to results and monetarily motivated. They want to do a job that matters.
Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails.
In short, love is powerful. So very powerful. Use that power as it was intended to be used. Wield love not like a weapon, but like a healing agent.
You see, when you exchanged promises and rings with the love of your life, you signed up “for better and for worse, as long as you both shall live.” And sometimes, there is a whole heap of worse before you see more of the better. But if you hold onto Christ and love as He commands, your marriage will be draped with grace and blessing.
It’s a choice. You can choose where you want to run. You can stay on the boring and safe treadmill of life if you want, but, as for me, no doubt about it, whenever I get the chance, I’m choosing to run by the body of water.
I’ll just watch out for and endure the geese poop, because I know it’s a part of the path.
While the Bible is not a book about leadership (it is God’s self-disclosing story of His creation, pursuit, rescue, and restoration of a people for Himself), there are incredible nuggets of leadership wisdom within the Bible. Because our faith should impact every aspect of our lives, including our leadership, we find great truth within the Scripture that should form how we live—including how leaders lead. Here are ten wise sayings from the Book of Proverbs that should impact how leaders lead.