Praying for God’s Way to be Our Way by Kelly Minter
It’s funny how a single word in Scripture can tip the scales with the weight of a boulder, even a word as seemingly insignificant as a pronoun. Especially when you need it. The other morning I came across a familiar plea of the Psalmist’s, “Lead me in your righteousness… make your way straight before me.” I’ve prayed this a thousand times with slightly different language. Lord, I don’t know what the right thing is to do here, things are complicated, I could go either way…. make my way straight.
Three Things to Say to Your Kids Every Day by At Rainer
Words are powerful. We all know this. A few comments can drastically alter our day, for better or worse. Some words have the ability to stick with us. You probably remember when someone said something harsh to you as a kid. And maybe if you’re honest with yourself, you would say that when you think about those words, they still hurt.
A Confrontation Checklist by Chris Hefner
Few people like confrontation. Most people I know avoid confrontation. Understandably, pastors are often wary of confrontation. A pastor friend shared with me a story of how confrontation ended his ministry at a church.
How To Create A Work Environment That Says ‘Yes’ by Meredith Mohr
How would your work and personal life be radically different if your default way of responding to something was in a spirit of yes? Opportunity. What does it look like? Often, it looks like when someone asks you, “Can you do this?” In that moment, you have two choices.
Leading Well: The Importance of Women in Leadership by Kelly King
Eric Geiger serves as a Senior Vice President at LifeWay Christian Resources, leading the Resources Division. In his responsibilities, he leads a management team that includes both men and women. He understands the role women play in leadership. Recently, he answered a few questions about the value of women on his team and why women should be invited to the leadership table. Here are a few of his thoughts.