It’s alarming how quickly so many are to call someone else a racist. Of course, we mustn’t shrink back from demanding justice where racism exists, but we need to remember that the enemy is not just ‘out there,’ but also IN HERE. Any time we pre-categorize people (even as a racist), we mentally assign a value to their personhood that is less than our own or someone else’s, and we are committing the same heart-sin as a racist.
Reconnecting with Jesus is the simplest thing in the world.
Maybe you’ve been away from God and find yourself with a desire to be closer with Him, but your feelings of shame are overwhelming…
For the leader, the job of asking questions is probably never done.
Leadership Lesson: Surrendering to change often IS surrendering to God.
Leadership Lesson: Leaders are askers.
Failure to ask is often TIMIDITY wrapped in the guise of COURTESY.
David was just a boy when the prophet anointed him to be the future king of Israel. The spectacle of having the great Samuel pour oil over his head in front of his family must have created some mind-blowing expectations in the boy (1 Samuel 16:13).