Some people appear naturally confident in themselves from a young age. They are not afraid to make fun of themselves, or embrace their unusual quirks. They seem to float through life with a smile on their face and a leap in their step. I, on the other hand, was off in the corner hoping no… Continue reading Made on Purpose for a Purpose
Have you read Key 1: Vision and Key 2: Empowerment? If not, I recommend you do so now before reading this article since each key will build upon the previous ones. Key 3: Discipleship I apologize for the length of time it has taken to get this article published. I have two reasons for this: One, I came… Continue reading 5 Keys to Biblical Leadership, Key 3: Go, Make Disciples
Contributor: Mike Sanders Our Father is a family man! “In the beginning God…” (Genesis 1:1), and God is love (1 John 4:8), and love cannot exist without someone to share it with; so, in the beginning wasn’t just God. It wasn’t just one single, lonely being floating out in the nothingness that was before the… Continue reading Who’s Your Daddy?
As I begin this series, it is vital that we talk about vision. Chances are that you have already encountered numerous conversations on this topic since it is the keystone that all leadership rests upon. Without vision, there is no direction, and without direction, there is no leadership. Leadership is simply defined as INFLUENCE, or the… Continue reading 5 Keys of Biblical Leadership, Key One: Vision
Jesus is one of the greatest leaders who has ever lived. In three years time, this man not only ignited a movement so powerful that 2,000 years later people are still willing to give their lives to further His message, but He also demonstrated a leadership style that was previously unheard of. His message is… Continue reading 5 Keys To Biblical Leadership: An Overview
In 1 John 5, we read a very basic understanding of earthly love towards Father. In my basic experience of Christianity, I have found that this verse has been grossly misunderstood, and as a result, it has led to much hurt and confusion in the "Christian" community. Many have read the first half of verse… Continue reading If you love me, obey my commands (John 5:3-4)