Joseph as an ordinary guy. Because he did the right thing, he was used by God to accomplish something extraordinary. We have the same opportunity be used by God.
Christians are to be followers of the Truth. Truth dispels shame and as a result, shame should not be a part of any church culture.
Holy Sonnet XIV by John Donne has been on my mind this week. I thought I should share it with you without commentary.
Herod was giving an opportunity to choose to submit to the ultimate authority. Similarly, church leaders must choose who is in control. Some choose well and others badly. The choice has serious consequences.
Scripture is clear that sometimes the righteous will suffer persecution. In this Beatitude Jesus assures us that when this happens we are blessed.
Wendell Berry’s essay entitled “Damage” inspired thoughts about how church leaders can without intention cause damage by falling into the errors of Pharisaism.
This is a repost of an article at theresurgence.com. Every leader should develop a culture that encourages feedback. Feedback is essential in eliminating blind spots and making sure that you are achieving the goal.
To enjoy the simple things is life is a gift. What is the source of that gift? Is is programmed in our DNA or does it come from God?
The comparison of light and darkness in a 3 Doors Down lyric caught my ear. Can the light be found? What does the Bible say?
I share a quote by A. W. Tozer in the Pursuit of God. In 1949 Tozer thought the church was missing something, it is still lost.