If you are a follower of Jesus called into his service, remember that he called you—first and foremost—to be with him, not to work for him.
Anyone can improve in their ability to generate good ideas on a consistent basis if they are more purposeful in their approach to the creative process.
New developments always change our expectations. But it’s the fast-paced change brought about by the digital revolution that has led to so many new expectations in such a short amount of time.
We’ve “made an idol of activity for God,” and in pursuing the second commandment, we’ve forgotten the first.
Learning another language stretches our minds and opens up new windows of imagination.
Churches will drift without a consistent and constant conviction for discipleship, to disciple people and develop leaders.
Like the early church, we ought to display a welcoming posture—confident in our affirmation of orthodoxy and compassionate in our embrace of people made in God’s image. The church welcomes.
Once you move from seeing yourself as a consumer, to a creator or cultivator, you will arrive at the place where pouring into others brings just as much (if not more) joy than when others were pouring into you.
Every day, in the free time we have available, we have the choice to consume something, to create something, or to cultivate something.
Having your mind set on heaven is the prerequisite for a Christian’s doing good on earth.