"Out of sight, out of mind." Does this describe your current focus on missions? Revive your concern for those missionaries and church planters who are serving God in forgotten places.
Kingdom Practice: Make Disciples Who MAkE DISCIPLES
This is how Jesus made disciples. This is how Paul made disciples. This is how the early church made disciples. This is how we must make disciples.
Kingdom Practice: Just LIKE RIDING A BIKE
“Just like riding a bike.” How is it that a person can climb on a bicycle and operate the unique combination of motor skills and balance necessary to ride down the street without falling? The neuroscience behind muscle memory is quite fascinating. So too with spiritual memory.
Kingdom Practice: We Talkin’ Bout Practice
We talkin’ bout practice! We ain’t talkin’ bout the game, we talkin’ bout practice, man. Put into practice the ways of Jesus.
Kingdom Peace: Mental Malware & The P4:8 Firewall
Do you have “predetermined security rules” for your incoming and outgoing thought traffic? If not, your mind is vulnerable to all kinds of malware and viruses! In this passage, Paul gives us a spiritual firewall that will guard our hearts and minds from virus’, Trojan horses and malware.
Kingdom Peace: The Power of Christ In Biblical Thinking
We are not talking about "The Secret" or "The Law of Attraction." We are not talking about "The Power of Positive Thinking." We are talking about "The Power of Christ in Biblical Thinking."
Kingdom Peace: The Peace of God//The God of Peace
The peace of God is a gift from the God of peace. The peace of God cannot guard our hearts until we first allow the God of peace to rule our hearts.
Kingdom Peace: 2 Buckets
There are 2 Buckets. One is your bucket, the other is Jesus’ bucket. Put your problems in Jesus’ bucket and God’s praises in your bucket.
Kingdom Legacy: Fighting in Church (Work It OUt)
Fighting in Church? Same as it ever was. Here's what to do when you get caught up in church conflict.
Kingdom Legacy: Discovering your Opus (Joy & Crown)
Great accomplishments are too often overvalued and overrated. Great love is the true measure of significance in this life.