Those with positions who have influence and leadership are constantly at risk of throwing their influence for Christ away. Check out these four practices that can help us keep out integrity and finish well.
One small act could change the course of someones life and ultimately history. Here are 8 ways to be the leader who can CHANGE history.
We misplace our focus on our image daily as though it’s the most valuable aspect of life. However, our integrity is who we really are and that is of great value.
When people hear your NAME what comes to their mind? Does it remind them of a positive or negative impact you had on them?
Does INTEGRITY come naturally to you? Most of us have to work to maintain this value. Check out these six practices for a clear roadmap to become a successful leader of integrity.
All it takes is one man (or woman) to take action, make an impact, and change history. What can you do to become a leader and make a difference for the kingdom of God?
Relax! I know we often consider that day when history, as we know it, will come to an end and every human being that ever lived will stand before the throne of God, but this is not a post about that. The Bible says we will escape final judgment because of what Christ did for us, but His sacrifice does not exempt us from giving an account to God of how we lived out the faith which saved us.
My heart sunk when ILI leaders came to my high school to talk to us about the consequences of pornography consumption. There was a silence and seriousness I had never felt with my classmates, and in a strange way, it was unifying. Now my life is on a different path. I'm not going back.
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?
Integrity is a big deal, but it seems to be quickly fading. To ensure we are on the right path, we must regularly ask God to search our hearts. Are you living with integrity?
A simple "thank you" can go a long way. Check out these five ways a little gratitude can make a big impact on your leadership!
We are all imperfect and prone to sin. As leaders, the words we say and the attitudes we project in response can be the difference between a minor incident and a major crisis.
We live in a time filled with violence and war. Seeking for ways to respond, many question, "What would Jesus do?" The truth is, He already gave us the answer, and He made it His prayer on the cross.
The Bible declares we are in a state of war, not against flesh and blood, but against spiritual beings that seek our destruction. In order to be prepared, we must discern the enemy's schemes and prepare a counterattack.
Leadership positions are limited, and walking away is equally as important as leading itself. The issue is knowing when a season ends and when it is time to move on. Consider these four questions to ask yourself to determine whether it is time to stay or time to walk away.
After pandemic health scares, hand sanitizer has become a hot commodity. We may not have to deal with such traumatic events, but we will face obstacles and even failure in our pursuit of God’s vision for our lives. The question is: Are you willing to make the necessary changes to overcome?
Have you ever responded in a way that made others mistake you for a non-believer? Our identity is not determined in church service, but more likely in times of stress and difficulty. These are God-given opportunities to show what it means to be a "new creation in Christ." Where does your true identity lie?
Recently, the Brazilian Chepecoense soccer team tragically died in a plane crash. But we can still honor their memory by taking away at least five lessons on integrity and applying them to our leadership.