You may or may not have reason for self-pity today. If you do, there is good reason to fight that impulse.
I don’t think we can accomplish the goal of discipleship in the 21st century without demonstrating that we are willing to invite others into our mess, to hopefully show them that our mess is a Christ-centered and redemptive mess.
The poor in our cities are not going to be won by a group of timid men and women in a committee meeting; they will be won by those who dream big and trust in the absolute sovereignty of God to get things done.
Compassion remembers the frame of our children like God remembers that we are dust and prone to weakness.
If you grumble in your lack, your heart posture may not be service for Jesus but an inordinate affection for money.
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If you’ll do these things, you’ll continue to grow as a leader in health and effectiveness, and your organization will grow right along with you.
This lay ministry is an extraordinary happening. No longer do people need a special—though temporary—anointing to offer a prophetic word of direction and wisdom.
Why are older folks drawn to these kinds of shows? And what do those connections mean for ministry to older folks?
There is a powerful beauty in beholding oneself in another.