Are leaders born or made? Could the answer be yes to both? Check out this post and see how a little of both are in leaders.
How can we become all things to all people in order to save some as Paul the Apostle did? Check out these lesson learned from listening to Progressive Rock music!
Ever wonder how our leaders become the heroes they are today? Read about the Eight Core Values they follow and ask yourself if these are areas you could grow in, too.
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.
God called Kevin to create the braille version of Christian to the Core. Now countless people are receiving God's vision.
If YOU were asked to deliver the sermon at the next royal wedding, what would you include? Check out FOUR unique ways Bishop Michael Curry presented the Gospel…
Every faith conversation needs to be approached with cultural relevance, sensitivity and power, so that the truth of the Gospel can be understood and received in every culture. Jesus' approach to the proclamation of the Kingdom of God teaches us valuable principles of cultural relevance.
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...
There is a time to hold a conference and a time to respond to a crisis. When we truly have a Passion for the Harvest, we find that training leaders is not limited to a classroom.
The famous preacher, Charles Spurgeon, was getting ready to preach to thousands at his church in London when he made the most unusual request. He asked his entire congregation to leave and go home to make room for non-believers who were waiting outside and could not fit indoors. Astonishingly, everyone left and the auditorium filled again with non-believers, who now had the chance to hear the Gospel for the first time.
Seventeen — the age when life-changing decisions are made. This was especially true for Brian, a young Christian man who was trying to figure out what to do with the rest of his life. It all became clear when Brian walked into a Christian coffee house and was deeply touched by the large mural on one of the walls. In this mural, repeated many times, were the words of Ecclesiastes 12:1...