Lead Like Moses
How would you like to lead a group of people that you did not want to lead in a task for which you did not volunteer?
Welcome to the life of Moses.
By birth, Moses should have been raised as a slave. Instead, he is raised in privilege in the most powerful household in Egypt. At the age of eighty, he returns to Egypt to lead the Israelites to the Promised Land.
Discover the leadership principles that made Moses a great leader.More info →
Leading with Heart
John Quincy Adams, the sixth President of the United States, once defined leadership in these terms: "If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader."More info →
The Cure for Insomnia
One of the most daunting tasks a person can undertake is preaching. Every seven days you must stand before a group of people and offer a word from God to them. If your week gets filled with appointments, Sunday is still on the way.
A preacher must wrestle with the text before he can adequately present it. There are times when clarity unfolds slowly. Yet, the preacher must find the right words to describe The Word.More info →
Made for More
One of the reasons I love the book of Ephesians is because of how it calls us to live for more than the ordinary life we often settle for. This is true of our personal lives, in our families, and how we interact within the church. God has so much more in store for us – blessings, opportunities, growth, and a purpose so compelling that our brothers and sisters down through the ages have given up their lives for it.More info →
Hello, My Name Is
Who do you think you are? That question shapes how we approach everything in life - problems, opportunities, relationships, and more. Our sense of identity influences whether we live in confidence or with shame and insecurity.More info →
Questions Jesus Asked
We learn a lot from the questions a person asks - we learn about them and we learn about ourselves. Questions reveal a person's perspective, which is built upon their assumptions and their beliefs. If you pay close attention to the questions a person's asks, you will be given a window into how they think and feel.More info →