Joseph and Mary were diligent in their private, family, vocational, and corporate worship. Individually they communed with God. Together they sang to the Lord. When told to go to Egypt and return to Israel, they obeyed. As a family, they diligently strove to keep God’s ordinances regarding his public worship. From Luke’s record, this family … More Driven to be in the Father’s House
It is vital for us to ask ourselves the question, “Do I want to win the point or the person?” This is a pivotal question for first-chair leaders, second-chair leaders, salesmen, customer-service representatives, evangelists, pastors, teachers, parents, spouses, and anyone else seeking to be an influencer. Often, when we focus on winning the point, we … More Win What?
On Sunday evening, I heard a sermon on the first chapter of Thessalonians, and during the sermon I was struck by one phrase used by the Apostle Paul: … But your faith in God has gone forth everywhere, so that we need not say anything. (1 Thess. 1:8) Paul and his leadership team had … More The Mark of a Leader — His Followers