Leaders, do this one thing often and see remarkable growth across the board.
It’s time we parents find our worth in the majesty of our God and not the lives of our children.
Ron Edmondson describes five instances when micromanaging your team is a great idea.
Living as a family on mission is for everybody—whether we’re single, married, have kids or don’t have kids.
If you realize your sermon is no good the night before you preach it, what will you do?
The fact is, being a leader attracts criticism—if you want everyone to like you, go sell ice cream.
If you dread going back to work after vacation, you’re doing it wrong.
How can we help others dial in to the essential activity of hearing what God is saying to them?
I personally believe the church should be well-led, well-managed, efficient and productive—do you?
If you are going to build a great team, you’re going to have to get good at looking through people to their God-given destiny.