Modeling the Ministry Success of Jesus by Hannah Gronowski
Jesus loved, healed, and spent his life serving, yet he was one of the most polarizing and hated men of all time. Hannah challenges leaders to reflect on their definition of success. Do we follow the biblical teachings of Jesus or chase approval from the world?
How do you measure your ministry success? Do you measure it by the number of seats that are filled in your auditorium on Sunday morning? Do you measure it by the number of likes and follows you boast on social media? Do you measure it by the number of people who wear a t-shirt branded with your logo?
Navigating Finances in Marriage by Christi Straub
Money is the number one cause of failed marriages. Christi offers six practical ways married couples can work as a team to navigate their finances.
Last week, my husband Josh and I went to the eye doctor. I wear glasses for driving at night or watching a movie at the theatre, neither of which happen very often these days. (#parentlife) So when I put them on a few weeks ago Josh looked at me and said, “Wow. You need new glasses.”
Ready or not, generation Z is entering the workforce, and their needs are completely different from millennials. Learn how the great recession has impacted this fiercely competitive generation and why they crave security and stability above most other values in the workplace.
Just when you thought you figured out Millennials, Generation Z is now entering the workforce. A whopping 72.8 million individuals are included in this group born between the mid-1900s and the early 2000s.
3 Truths about Platform No One Ever Tells You by Ann Voskamp
Whether it’s virtual or a physical stage, the world’s appetite for fame often seeps into our Christian culture. Ann Voskamp discusses why our souls were never meant to carry the weight of fame and how Christ can transform all our our platforms into altars.
We plant seeds here on the farm, kneel and put hands in the dirt. From dust we have come and to dust we will return — we’re all just dust. One of the kids kneels in the dirt, looks up, and asks: “So, I asked this kid yesterday what he wanted to be someday? And he said he was going to be a famous player. Why do all the kids want to be famous? Is that kinda the point of everything — to become famous? What if I just — wanna be a farmer?”
Why do your team members keep moving up the ladder while you seem to be staying put? Surprising factors like working long hours, putting in too much face time with the boss, and never asking questions may hold the answers.