Leadership in the Beginning: Watching Over and Working by Eric Geiger
With all the abuses we have seen by leaders, it can be tempting to reject leadership. But leadership was not always tainted by sin. God gave leadership to humanity before sin corrupted and tainted everything. We should abhor the sin that corrupts leadership, not the principle of leadership or God’s design for it. Leadership existed before Genesis 3, before sin entered the world.
6 Words Generous People Often Use by Art Rainer
Someone who lives a life of generosity is different. They view their role in life differently. They view their resources differently. And their word choice often reflects these differences.
Podcast: Uniquely Better Part 1 by Andy Stanley
On this month’s podcast, Andy will begin a two-part conversation the importance of uniquely better. Download our Application Guide for this podcast below for key takeaways, questions for reflection and/or discussion, and resources mentioned in the podcast
How to Lead When You are Young by Women’s Leadership
“How old are you?” It’s one of the first questions I was asked when I began working in women’s ministry. I was fresh out of college with big dreams swirling around in my mind, a passion for reaching women propelling my steps, and a vision for what that could look like in my heart. A kind, older woman in our church asked me this question without meaning to discourage or belittle me the first time she and I met. Little did she know, I’d been asked this particular question more than once in my life, and it had begun to wear on me.
5 Encouraging Thoughts for the Holiday Season by Kelly Minter
I’m a lover of the whole holiday kit-n-caboodle. I love the change in season, festive gatherings and decorations, and lingering with friends and family. I’m a farm-fresh, turkey-loving, Thanksgiving fanatic. Then I turn my attention to the Advent season, all the tangible reminders of Immanuel having come, God with us, born in flesh to redeem us.