During times of trials and difficulty we often forget—or we never even understand—the value of brokenness.
God often uses waiting as a crucible in which to refine our character. Faithful waiting on God makes us stronger, not weaker.
I think before you consider revitalization you need to first consider some broader questions.
If you’re thinking about leaving your job, here are two things in my experience a good employee can’t live without:
This isn’t your grand-dad’s ministry.
Stress is very much a part of life. Having traveled to many cultures, however, I think we may sometimes “specialize” in stress in America. It almost seems we look for ways to bring more stress in our life.
These 9 tips are small, but they’ll take your productivity to the next level.
Put simply, hiring is RI$KY business. If you’ve ever made a bad hire, I don’t have to explain this to you. Saying yes to the wrong candidate is costly. In an article by David Fletcher on XPastor.com, he writes, “One ‘wrong fit’ on your staff can cost a bundle. My estimate is that a hiring
In the past couple of weeks, I’ve had conversations with three different young leaders all asking essentially the same thing. How do I rise in my job?
“Learn the people first—go slow to change—think intentional in all you do—pace yourself.”