Easter Post: Jesus, The Perfecter of Our Faith By Kelly Minter
First off, I want to congratulate you! Six weeks ago today, on the first day of Lent, you decided to fast from something you value and focus on the Person of Jesus in a special way. For many of you, the sacrifice has been difficult but exceedingly worth it. The space you’ve created to draw near to Jesus has become fertile soil from which new life is beginning to emerge. As we close our Lent Devotional Series, I want to leave you with an encouraging word from Hebrews as we focus on Jesus as both the Source and Perfecter of our faith.
Making Easter and the Resurrection Real to Our Kids By Lifeway Women
The resurrection of Jesus changed everything. But how do we help our kids understand the resurrection in a concrete way? How can we communicate to our kids the power that Christ has in our life? Don’t get us wrong, we love chocolate and Easter eggs, but how can we make sure Easter isn’t just another holiday for our kids?
Leaders Are Repeaters By Kelly King
One of America’s companies I’ve grown to appreciate over the years is Chick-fil-A. Not only do I like their chicken sandwich, but I also like their attention to friendliness, efficiency, and cleanliness. I also like their familiar response to a grateful “Thank you.” I bet you already know the line: “My pleasure.”
How To Clean Up Attention Residue By Keith Webb
When you check your email, read your messages, answer the phone, or have a quick conversation, your attention stays with that task even after you’ve moved onto the next. For a period of time, you’re unable to give the next task your full attention. This phenomena has been called “attention residue” and it’s hurting your thinking. Here’s how to clean up attention residue to get your focus back.
7 Good Reasons For A Leader To Say No By Ron Edmondson
I hate disappointing people. And, every time I say the word “No,” someone isn’t happy with my answer. That’s reality.