Leadership

Prophetic Stage Stops

Revelation does not allow us to park at the memories of the past, even if those memories have value in reflection.

Diverse Church

God is about to teach His ministers how to awaken the hearts of a diverse group of people.

Six Confessions of a Pastor

At the end of the day, I’m called to love and serve people regardless of who they are and what they think of me.

The Message in the Fire Bomb!

When the gas company came out, the man said to me, “Ma’am, are you telling me that you were right next to that stovetop when it blew?”

The Capacity Conundrum

There are times when initiatives are advanced in Christian organizations by sheer force of personality.

DAD HACKERS: What It’s Like To Grow Up In A Christ-Centered Home with Chris Castor

Episode #52 – Many of us didn’t grow up in a Christian family and have a difficult time figuring out just how to do it now that we have our own family. Often we feel as though if we had an example of what to do we could emulate that and take it from there. Chris Castor joins us today to talk about what it’s like to be part of a family that has a legacy of faithfulness.

Community Matters

When we isolate ourselves, intentionally or otherwise, we are less whole.

Are You Approachable?

Needing to “be heard” is a common issue that counselors deal with in relationships.  

Faith and Recourse

Some think a passive leadership role, one without exercising legal recourse, is always the right path to take.