How you lead reveals what is happening in your heart, not just your organization. Whether you’re on paid staff or a high capacity volunteer, you most likely guide, communicate, correct, challenge, and motivate others. Your actions reveal what is taking place in your heart. Your tone, the words you choose, and most importantly your motive for speaking them, all evidence what is taking place internally. They are telling a story that is filled with… Pride Insecurity Fear Confidence Godly surrender Love However, as leaders, we often neglect to reflect upon how what we do reveals who we are becoming. This is...Read More
Author: Josh Pezold
We all need a little encouragement sometimes. Whether you’re facing your toughest life challenges or tackling the next adventure before you, God has something to tell you. God’s timely truth, given to us through the Bible, can provide the encouragement and heavenly reality check you need today. When God feels far away. And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that He exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him. (Hebrews 11:6 ) When you feel distracted. Since, then, you have been raised with Christ, set your hearts...Read More
So you want a mentor, but have no idea how to find one. I can relate. For the past 15 years I’ve had to seek out every mentoring relationship I’ve ever had, and eventually formed a step-by-step process to determine who I want to speak into my life and how to make that happen. If you want a mentor, here are 8 steps you can take to find, land, and get the most out of your mentoring relationships.Read More
Do you ever feel like your quiet times with Jesus are becoming stale or too routine? I know I do. Sometimes it can feel like I’m studying a person rather than pursuing a relationship. My guess is you can probably relate.Read More
Pride. About every leader I know deals with it at some level or another. It’s what constantly must be kept in check, yet is so easily misdiagnosed.
Like a rare strand of a disease, pride often hides beneath external symptoms and only reveals its true colors after the damage has already been done.Read More
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