Have you ever been to a business or organization where everything seems to work? People are friendly, customer service is “spot-on,” products and services are fine-tuned like a Swiss watch, and even the restrooms are clean and tidy. Last week, I had the privilege of being at two places like this. (Curious? Check out day 1 and day 2). On the other hand, you and I have probably been to places where nothing seemed to work. Customer service was lousy, products and services were sub-par, and even the restrooms – well, let’s not even go there!
Two Sudanese refugees share the story of their conversion to faith in Jesus Christ after receiving "crates of food from the heavens." See how God was glorified as relief was offered to those in need in Sudan.
After the passing of a friend, Martin realized he may have been the man's only chance to learn about Jesus. See how Martin learned the urgency of spreading the Gospel and how he lives it out in his life.
The God whose name is present tense, “I AM," calls us to a present tense obedience. It's never too late to begin obeying.
Sitting in a prison cell, Samson finally felt God's conviction. But when he didn't find himself worthy to pray, God's favor met him on his knees.
Every leader is just one step away from meltdown, but with integrity, accountability, and focus, we can glorify God in our leadership. Are you protected against leadership meltdown?
Jesus is more than a commodity; He is our Savior. But when we choose our pleasures over His will, can we honestly say we are treating Him as Lord?
As a young adult, Roni struggled to find direction for her life; but after attending an ILI History Makers Journey, she now refuses to live randomly. Check out how God empowered this bold young woman to be the visionary leader He has called her to be!
In leadership, something can distract us for just a moment, and suddenly obstacles come between us and God’s vision. Sometimes our only chance is to be prepared in advance. Are you prepared for sudden obstacles?
Memorial stones are important to help us recall God's faithfulness in our lives. What memorial stones will you raise for the next generation to see?
Ingrida’s father believed in Hinduism among other religions. Although a Christian herself, she never had the courage to speak to her father about Jesus. That all changed when she attended the Lithuania History Makers...
"Managing people is like herding cats." Rather than managing people, we must learn what it means to lead them. Are you leading your team well?
Living a healthy life is important to all, but perhaps our main focus is on the wrong kind of health. Are you leading a healthy spiritual life?
Jabulani was in ministry for 17 years when he heard the words no one wants to hear... "You're fired." Though at a loss for words, Jabulani was not at a loss for hope. Check out how God used rock bottom to propel Jabulani into his own God-given vision.
We all face obstacles in life. While it's impossible to avoid all threats, we can take steps to anticipate their coming. What are you doing now to protect your leadership?
Caught up in our vision for the end goal, it can be easy to grow impatient with the baby steps along the way. But little by little, those baby steps get you where you're going. What small steps can you take toward your goals?
When Maria's church was ready to send their first missionary, all eyes were on her. But when the cost seemed too high for a woman with so little, she had to choose faith or fear. Check out Maria's bold response to God's call and the incredible story of how He came through just in time.
Tabitha loves the Bible and loves children, but when faced with the daunting reality of nearly three million orphans in her nation, she lacked the vision to make a difference. Little did she know, God had BIG plans to use Tabitha's love for the Word to make history in Kenya.
As leaders, we often get to listen to people's stories; the problem is, we may have too much to say. To be true servant leaders, we must be quick to listen and slow to speak. Are you listening well?