Detoxing Your Mind

There is a whole industry dedicated to detoxing. You eat and drink certain things to cleanse your body. The process of detoxing allows for the removal of poison in your…

  • A Committed Leader

    Guest Leader: Dewayne Freeman

    I would like to share with you some leadership principles that changed my thinking and has caused me to be a “committed leader.” Principles will work for anybody, anywhere, at any time. What it does for one, it will do to another. I have established some principles to help a leader become a committed leader that I will share with you all today.

  • The Leader That Sees

    Guest Leader: David Donkor

    In Genesis, Chapter 25, Abraham and his wife had several of his children. However, Isaac was the son of promise. In this scripture, something very interesting is seen, and I believe it is something all leaders should refer to. Let’s look into how this scripture is essential to present-day and future leaders.

  • Starting Small and Finishing Strong

    Guest Leader: Daniel Floyd

    I found that life is not really about the major milestones. Rather, it is about consistent movement. It is not about the big moments in life, it is about the little moments that lead you to those big moments. The problem is this: we celebrate the goodness of the big moments. Let’s go into depth about the important relationship between small and large moments in your life.

  • Pastoral vs Administrative

    Guest Leader: Ron Carpenter

    When you are administrative you understand that you are not running a charity. When you are a pastor you understand… yes you are. And as the church grows there are a lot of people that, in the early phases of church growth, they think that growing a large church is the same as a small church, it just has more people and more revenue. That is far from the truth. Here is how I have experienced it.

  • Focus and Refocus in Leadership

    Guest Leader: RJ Davis

    As a little boy growing up, I played baseball. It never failed that every coach that I had would give me the same encouragement. They would tell me, “keep your eye on the ball.” The ball was my focal point. However, I learned that we have to refocus at times. Whenever there was a change, I had to refocus and readjust my concentration. Here is how aspects like these apply in leadership and in our lives.

  • Living Well Through the Seasons of Life

    Guest Leader: Edmund Chan

    We are concerned as leaders of how we lead, but God is concerned with how we live. In Psalms 90:12 it says; Teach us to number our days, that we might present to you a heart of wisdom. Now this is not just a numerical quantitative numbering of days. It is a moral compass, it is a moral discernment of how short our life is, and how we have to live wisely in the presence of God. Let me expound on this.

  • My Story as Told by Joel Osteen

    Guest Leader: Joel Osteen

    Joel Osteen tells my story (found in my book Leadership Pain) of food from dumpsters and racism in the 1970’s to God’s guiding hand on my life. Are you in a challenging place in your life? It’ll encourage you to keep serving faithfully because He’s a faithful God.

  • Managing the Dissonance of Leadership

    Guest Leader: Clarence McClendon

    I love to study Moses as a leader. One of the first things that was impacted on me, is the story of when Moses went up to the mountain to receive the Ten Commandments. He is up there in that glorious atmosphere 40 days and 40 nights with God. Then when he comes out of that atmosphere with the Ten Commandments, he sees what the people are doing, and the dissonance of where he’s been and what is happening in the people was so much. Let me give you some wisdom on how to deal with this.

  • The Pace of Leadership

    Guest Leader: Billy Johnson

    We have heard the quote “run your race and stay in your lane,” but many of us have never heard about the pace of our leadership. If we glean some insight from Genesis 33, we can identify how the story of Jacob and Esau represents pace. Let us review this story together and see how Genesis 33 expresses this concept.

  • Types of Disappointment

    Guest Leader: André Olivier

    Being disappointed is inevitable, especially in ministry. However, living in disappointment is a choice. Dr. Michael Vincent Miller, a psychologist who has been practicing for over 50 years, said that those who believed they were depressed were actually disappointed. Let me share with you the difference of living and being in this state and how it can affect you immensely.

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