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.
We cannot decide to finish well just when finish line is within sight. Instead, we must plan ahead and be men and women of integrity in all seasons of our Christian walk. Are you on the path to finishing well?
Like flight attendants, leaders are responsible for the safety of those they lead. Are you working to keep your team safe and secure on the way to success?
Kevin Phillips is the twin brother of ILI International Director of the USA, Kyle Phillips, and he has a passion for the Word of God. In this podcast, Kevin brings clarity to common distortions made by society toward the Bible, and discusses how the most important thing we can do is read the Bible well.
Taking a stand for Christ isn't easy. We can flee for our lives, deny our faith, lie, or even kept our mouths shut... Or we can be faithful to the end. Will you take a stand for Jesus?
We live in the age of roads. Wherever we go in the world, we travel by car, van, or bus, and roads are the way to get from point “A” to point “B.” There may be many roads, but only two truly matter. Which road are you taking?
In a fallen world filled with fallen people, obstacles are expected. A wise person once said that at any given moment in life, you are either walking towards, going through, or coming out of an obstacle. So, how do we respond when such muddy roads lie ahead?
Every generation asks the "How did people live without..." questions. Thousands of years ago, many wondered how humanity lived without fire. A more recent generation asked how in the world we survived without electricity. When we thought we heard it all, our present generation wonders how we ever lived without wireless remote controls.
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...
A couple months ago, I awoke to half my face drooping like someone turned off the switch on all my facial muscles. After a quick visit to the doctor, I received my diagnosis: Bell’s Palsy. Fortunately, with the help of some medicine and a few small changes in my habits (like drinking coffee through a straw and wearing an eyepatch), not much has changed in my life. My recovery was quick; a couple weeks passed, and the physical side effects of Bell’s Palsy had completely worn off. I really looked fine.
When we talk about the risen Christ, we often use the term “nail-scarred hands.” Any picture or movie of the resurrected Jesus will include the scars from the nails that pierced His hands and feet, as well as the wound in His side. The remnants of Jesus’ crucifixion wounds are significant in the scriptures, but they are also significant in our own lives.