Praise for the Promise

Simeon and Jesus: Praise for the Promise

Today I am pleased to feature the thoughts of Kendall Lyons, a talented youth pastor, cartoonist, and writer. Kendall supplied the fun illustrations for my e-book Finding the Curve: The Secret to Explosive Personal Growth — still available for free here. Grab a copy of Kendall’s delightful collection of short stories today at his site here or find him on Twitter here. You’ll be hearing much more from this talented leader in the years to come. He Told You!He Showed You!He Revealed To You! … [Read more...]

Stuart McAllister: 3 Steps to Resist the Worship of Self

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Privileged to feature a guest post from Stuart McAllister, Vice President, Training and Special Projects, with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. Stuart, born in Scotland, has been a long-time Christian mobilizer in Europe, including several brief imprisonments for preaching the gospel in communist countries. Our culture embraces the diversity of idolatrous options manufactured and served up to us on a regular basis. Narcissism finds a welcome in many hearts. How do we resist? What can we … [Read more...]

What Does the Bible Teach about Drinking Alcohol?

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This is a guest post from my friend, Dr. P. Andrew Sandlin, President of the Center for Cultural Leadership. This post is a response to a friend of his who asked the question, "What does the Bible teach about drinking alcohol?" I thought there might be others who struggle with this question on their faith walk. You can purchase his latest book here: Christian Culture: An Introduction.  Follow his blog here. Hello Andrew.  I know you’re not running an advice column, but I was hoping you could hel … [Read more...]

When the Past Doesn’t Make Sense

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Privileged to feature this guest post from Shana Schutte. An author and speaker, Shana is the founder of Beyond Imagination, an organization dedicated to helping people find answers for everyday problems through Biblical truths. Her nationwide radio program airs daily on over 400 Christian stations. Parts of this post were excerpted from her book Betrayed by God?: Making Sense of Your Expectations. Learn more at Blueprint for Life and subscribe to follow their excellent Kingdom work.No one … [Read more...]

How to Be Known as a Hero

Privileged to have my thoughts on leadership featured with my friends at Catalyst. The beginning of the post follows. Visit the site with a click here to read the post in its entirety.  It’s hardwired into all of us. At least I hope it’s not just me.I feel it deep down where stuff really matters. I’m talking about that desire be known as a hero.As a Catalyst leader pondering how you want to be known, I’m thinking you probably want to be known as a hero, too. What It takes to Be … [Read more...]

Why Christian Culture Is Unthinkable in the Western World

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This is a guest post from my friend, Dr. P. Andrew Sandlin, President of the Center for Cultural Leadership. This post is an excerpt from his brief but transformational new book Christian Culture: An Introduction. It is essential reading to understand "what Christian culture was, how we lost it, the high price we've paid for losing it,  and what we can do to create a new Christian culture." Follow his blog here. Today we live in a radically secular culture.Secularization does not mean that … [Read more...]

6 Tips to Disciple a Student’s Heart and Create Your Dream Classroom

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Pleased to feature a guest post by my friend Linda Kardamis as I travel. Linda is a gifted teacher and writer passionate about helping teachers be more effective in Christian education. She blogs at Teach 4 the Heart and can followed on Twitter and Facebook. This post contains an excerpt from her new e-book Create Your Dream Classroom. Visit her site now for a chance to get a copy of it for free! Sometimes classroom discipline deals with the little things – talking in class, being tardy, or not … [Read more...]

Fear of Failure: Why It’s Essential to Success

Pleased to have my thoughts on failure -- and why we must fear it if we want success -- featured with my friend Skip Prichard. The beginning of the post follows. Visit his site with a click here to read the post in its entirety. If you fear failure, you are not alone. A quick Google search reveals countless resources to help you overcome the fear of failure. Certainly, an unhealthy fear of failure can paralyze us and destroy the culture of the teams we lead. But the lack of any fear of failure c … [Read more...]


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