Christ-Centered Parenting | Read an Excerpt By Russell Moore & Phillip Bethancourt
The following is an excerpt from Russell Moore and Phillip Bethancourt’s study, Christ-Centered Parenting. This study is uniquely structured to help parents, grandparents, and mentors navigate the tough topics of today with their children. Whether your kids are preschoolers, high schoolers, or young adults, find ways to tackle cultural issues with a gospel lens.
Reading His Word | Why the Whole Bible Is Important By LifeWay Women
The Bible is for you, and it is for right now. It’s for you if you’ve never read it, and it’s for you if you have seventeen doctorates in theology. (Anyone?) It’s for the moment you are so overcome with grief that your body forgets to breathe in and out on its own, and it’s for the time you really don’t have time to open its pages for yourself.
5 Ways to Make Progress Everyday By Kevin Lloyd
I’ve never been very into science fiction or outer space. Something about “no oxygen” just doesn’t interest me! Despite my lack of interest, I learned something recently about the space program that caught my attention.
7 Ways I Deal With Fatigue as a Leader By Ron Edmondson
I posted previously on what happens when I’m tired. It isn’t pretty. (See that post HERE.) I hear someone say every day “I’m so tired”. It’s epidemic it seems. There appears to be a lot of fatigue in our world these days. I know it’s true of those in ministry. I have often been asked how to deal with the issue, besides the simple answer of rest. Here are 7 ways I have for dealing with fatigue:
The Dangers of Echo Chamber Leadership By Thom S. Rainer
We leaders often enjoy the affirmation and adulation of others as we express our ideas, provide direction, and set future courses. And we sometimes enjoy it so much that we only want people to agree with us and affirm us, even if we are wrong.