Find out why discipleship isn’t working today. That’s what I explore in my eBook, Discipleship in Crisis. You can’t buy the book. There’s only one way to get it — by subscribing to my FREE exclusive update list which goes out every Thursday. Read more

Tozer is one of my mentors. You can hear about the time I “met him” in one of my podcast episodes. Here’s what Tozer wrote about gossip and slander. Never pass anything on – about anybody else that will hurt him. “Love covers a multitude of sins” (1 Peter 4:8). The talebearer has no place in God’s favor. if you know something that would hinder or hurt the reputation of one of God’s children, bury it forever. Find a little… Read more

This is a note from Christian author, Brett Blair, concerning his book launch for children: Easter is almost here and many of you will be creating your own Easter baskets and each year it gets a little harder to come up with gifts for those baskets. Well, here is the perfect gift: The Creator’s Toy Chest series of books. The Creator’s Toy Chest An Ark in the Dark Big Shot Sling Shot Dan for Dinner Today is launch day and… Read more

Tozer is one of my mentors. You can hear about the time I “met him” in one of my podcast episodes. Here’s what Tozer wrote about ownership. I do not mean by this that you cannot have things. I mean that you ought to get delivered from the sense of possessing them. This sense of possessing is what hinders us. All babies are born with their fists clenched, and it seems to me it means, “This is mine!” One of… Read more

There’s no question that the New Testament teaches that there will be various degrees of reward in the future kingdom. But it’s important that we don’t make the mistake (as many have) of elaborating on them beyond Scripture and codifying them into some sort of ironclad system. Scripture doesn’t give us details about this aspect of the kingdom. Although it certainly does teach rewards. For example, For no one can lay any foundation other than what is being laid, which… Read more

My friend Phil Cooke has come out with a new book co-authored with Jonathan Bock called The Way Back: How Christians Blew Our Credibility and How We Get It Back. I caught up with Phil to talk about his new book. Enjoy! As all authors know, readers have limited time and limited money. So when they want to know what an author’s book is about, what they are really asking is, “How does your book benefit me? Why do I… Read more

Gossip is a problem among many Christians. Amy Tori has written a guest article about gossip in the workplace. Enjoy! — Gossip in the workplace doesn’t always have malicious intent, as some of it can revolve around company news, curiosity and rumors. Regardless, gossiping in general comes with many consequences. It can spread throughout the workplace and have a lasting negative impact. To show just how toxic gossip can be, here are a dozen business owners to explain the various… Read more

The other day I was reading Luke 18, the beginning parable. Here’s what the Lord said, Then Jesus told his disciples a parable to show them that they should always pray and not give up. 2 He said: “In a certain town there was a judge who neither feared God nor cared what people thought. 3 And there was a widow in that town who kept coming to him with the plea, ‘Grant me justice against my adversary.’ 4 “For some time he… Read more

Here’s a new video – enjoy! Read more

While I no longer use Instagram, many of you do. Hence, this article. This is a guest post by Amy Tori on six Instagram tips for Christians. — With social media becoming more and more utilized in today’s society, it is becoming increasingly easier for different types of people to share their content and view that of others. With this increased connectivity, stumbling across malicious or harmful content has become startingly simple. However, we as Christians can do something to… Read more

It’s hard being out front. Mainly because when you create something new, it’s unfamiliar to the masses. While mastermind groups are incredibly popular (and very dear) to the world of high-level entrepreneurs — pastors, teachers, missionaries, seminary professors, life-coaches, and others in ministry don’t know much about them. So their first response is to shrug their shoulders when hearing about a “mastermind” event. They immediately equate it with a pastor’s network gathering, a leadership seminar, a “support” group, or just… Read more

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