God loves because He alone knows—and rejoices in—the truth about Himself and what He’s doing in us. He loves us not because he must choose to do so or because he feels obligated to constantly manufacture an emotion akin to compassion. He loves us because that’s the truth of who He is—our joyful, eternal truth.
Being a Christian leader is a high and noble calling. It requires carrying a heavy cross—just as Jesus did. It’s my hope that you’ll recognize these five top stressors, take appropriate steps to alleviate them and carry on, to finish the “good race.”
What kind of man are you becoming? A man of backbone and faithfulness? Do you know the meaning of adversity, bravery, conviction, discipline, quietness, righteousness, trustworthiness, and zeal? Here's how to choose these things with courage.
Dr. J. Robert Clinton has invested much of his career analyzing why people do—or don’t—finish well. His study of 800+ Christian leaders concludes: “Few leaders finish well.” Here are Dr. Clinton’s six ways to destroy legacy, and five ways to ensure a God-honoring legacy.
Today, and every day, we need to catch the wonder of the risen Jesus, as they did when he broke the bread at their table. And when we catch it, we need to resist the urge to stay put and ask Jesus to give us more. We need to run and tell others.