Links for your weekend reading:
It is very much in the Devil’s interests that we despair. If he can get us to believe any of these three demoralizing lies that he loves to whisper into our thoughts, our powers for Jesus are greatly diminished. And each one seems to us quite plausible.
If there’s anything that’s a guarantee in leadership, it’s conflict and criticism. So how do you respond? Do you embrace it? Or avoid it?
While there is certainly no “one size fits all, sure-fire way” to ensure that you will succeed as a church planter, I can share with you the following three things that will ensure that you don’t.
I received your letter with great interest, as I’m always grateful for the sharpening of my skills, knowledge, and, of course, personality. I know I always have room to improve as a pastor.
While we are incapable of creating more time, we can get more out of the limited time we have. Here are ten ways I work to get the most out of my time.
As I have taken inventory of my life and eliminated or greatly reduced my intake of information that needlessly distracted or frustrated me, I noticed three particular benefits that came from ignoring unimportant things.