What’s the difference between a covenant and a contract
The word covenant means more than you think it does. Although there are similarities between a contract and a covenant they are nothing alike. One says, “I will,” vs, “If you.” One says, “I Promise,” vs, “You agree.” One is forever and the other limited by time and easily terminated.
How To Heal The Father Wound
Father wounds cause us to have a distorted view of our heavenly Father. We tend to view our Heavenly Father through the lens created by our earthly father. Healing that wound is the first step toward truly understanding and receiving His love.
7 Ways To Fight And Overcome Negative Thoughts
Whether we’ve been affected by the virus, hornets, storms or earthquakes or not, the constant barrage of information and propaganda is draining our mental batteries. However, these experiences aren’t new, and the Bible gives us some clear instructions on how to fight and overcome negative thoughts.
3 Traps That Expose Leadership Weaknesses
Leadership weaknesses are often exposed after a leader has fallen into one of these traps. No leader is immune from these traps, but if you are aware of them and know how to disarm them, you can avoid them.
Loving Communication Comes From Using A Spoon
Our communication is a reflection of what’s going on inside us. Our heart has to change, for our words to change. Because loving communication comes from the heart.
What Is Truth?
Every day that goes by introduces a new day filled with news and press conferences. Fake news & corrupt leaders make us wonder, “what is truth?” There is one truth that hasn’t changed. If you’re willing, it can be your compass to the truth.
Old Testament God VS New Testament God
Old Testament God VS New Testament God – How could a loving God command genocide? Why Would God Kill Those Who Might Not Know About Him? Let’s Discuss Why would a loving God kill innocent children and women?
Parenting In The Storm
Raising kids during a storm is no different than outside the storm. Instead of looking at this storm as a negative, let’s seize the opportunity to spend more time parenting and building relationships with our children. Let’s use this time to craft arrows.
6 Things Leaders Must Do In A Changing Market
The market is always moving, but in 2020 we have the rare opportunity to make decisions to shift now. Every leader must do these 6 things in order to shift with the changing market. The leaders that do shift, end up with more market share and are in a better position for growth in the future.
Trusting God in the Wilderness
Welcome to the wilderness. A time when circumstances seem to be opposed to our “life plan.” A time when God feels distant or silent. God uses this wilderness period to refine us like precious metal and to prepare us for our calling, a calling to be Kings and Queens.
3 Stages Of A Biblically Based Missional Business
Going from starting a business to becoming a missional business isn’t easy. It’s not dissimilar to the same process many describe for the journey of life. For many, this is just the story of their life, one that strives for success. However, a few individuals go from success to significance. How does a business do this?
Don’t Worry About Rivals In The Wilderness
We face challenges or puzzles in each season of our life. Often the solution to move forward in this season isn’t going to be the solution that worked last time. However, it might be something that you earned from the last season that helps you solve this problem. Each puzzle builds experience for the next one. The constant challenge and pressure of the game keep us focused on the solution.
How to Prioritize Your Life
Prioritization is more like making a covenant with yourself rather than a commitment or contract. Meaning, it’s unbreakable, there is no negotiation. There aren’t moments where it’s okay to deviate from the plan. Priorities are something that should ORDER your life and ultimately make your life choices easier. So what does that look like?
4 Key Leadership Traits Every Leader Must Possess (Research Based)
If you do the research on successful leadership traits might be surprised that these 4 leadership traits are essential to every leader and yet don’t seem to be immediately present in our elected officials.
The Amazing Super Power Of Saying No
Saying no is difficult for some people and organizations, however, learning to say no can help you harness this superpower to achieve great things. Saying no defines priorities creates value and brings crystal clarity to you or your organization
Why Consistency Is Important In Leadership And Life
The power of congruency aka consistency is extremely fascinating. Let’s find out how the power of consistency is the force behind goal achievement and why this superpower might be hindering your leadership and life.
How To Find God’s Purpose In Your Career
For years I lived in quiet desperation hoping God would call me to something greater than just an entrepreneur. It wasn’t until I shifted my focus that I found His purpose in my work.
Are Great Leaders Born Or Made?
Today I tackle the age-old question, are great leaders born or made? I’ve got a researched backed yet surprising answer for you. I’d love to hear from you what your thoughts are on leadership. Do you think great leaders are born?
Finding Prophets – A Case For Intentional Wise Counsel
Every person has an inner circle around them. The success of their life often is the result of those closest to you. John Maxwell, calls this the “Law of the Inner Circle.” In his book, the 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership he says the Law of the Inner Circle is – “A leader’s potential is determined by those closest to him or her.” One key to your success isn’t a leadership characteristic, it’s actually your relationships.
5 Keys To Great Leadership Communication
After reading a ton of articles about leadership communication, I found that there are 5 keys to great leadership communication that is consistent across all the research.
What Does The Bible Say About Leadership
One of my favorite topics is leadership. The Bible is full of leadership lessons, but what surprised me was what leadership characteristic the “Good” kings of Israel possessed and how they matched Jesus’ leadership.