As school is getting back into the full swing, I wanted to share five things to help us all look at the school year afresh. Even though I have students in mind, these things can apply to anyone, anywhere. 1) … Continue reading 5 things to start the new year
Many people aspire to leadership. It’s often a good thing. However, many younger leaders get into a position of leadership and influence and then become overwhelmed by the tasks, responsibilities and falter, causing a domino effect that can not only … Continue reading Three Things Young Leaders Can Do To Increase Their Influence
I had a conversation with a friend today. As we sat and talked about ministry, discipleship and kingdom building, these four words seemed to resonate well within my soul This is not the first time, however, that I have … Continue reading 4 Of The Most Important Words For Making Disciples
Moses was a great and wise leader. This is greatly punctuated when Moses hears and heeds advice from his father-in-law, Jethro. Read the story here: Exodus 18 . May I offer three critical pieces of advice from an old mentor to … Continue reading What’s Jethro Got To Say? 3 Pieces of Advice From Moses’ Father-In-Law
As I have been actively seeking what it takes to make disciples over the years, here are 5 things I have found essential if we are to have disciples like Jesus did. Making disciples takes a disciple. Anyone who desires … Continue reading What Does It Take To Make A Disciple?
There are many factors that go into a healthy mentoring and discipleship relationship. Jesus not only called us to make disciples but he showed us how to effectively disciple through his ministry years on earth. I call these the “X” … Continue reading The “X” Factors: 5 Keys To Discipling Like Jesus
Because I travel a lot, here are a couple things I would highly recommend someone to keep in their car to make their travel more pleasant and safe. I have not included some items like phone chargers/ipod chargers because I … Continue reading Life Lessons: Car Prep