Doug Smith always had the potential to be a great leader but needed pointed in the right direction and given the tools to succeed. A John Maxwell leadership CD from a mentor set Doug on the right path and developed a passion to launch into a leadership journey.
How awesome would it be if I could be so immersed in God’s Word that when you squeeze me, all that comes out is Him?
Lord, I need you! Father, the crushing is painful, uncomfortable, humiliating…but God, I desire the outcome!
It is better to give than to receive so when Kevin White learned how the experience, receive, and give more than he ever thought possible it led him on an adventure of Audacious Generosity!
Future faking, like all tactics of abuse, is a demonic tool and it creates terrible heartbreak, damage to the soul, instability, and disillusionment.
As we learn what a great leader looks like biblically, it will act as a grid by which we will examine the leaders to whom we will submit ourselves.
I really wish that humility could be an actual piece of “clothing”…that I could put on and wear for all to see.
Perhaps the idea of picking a word or a verse feels overwhelming.
Maybe you’re like me: For a decade, you picked your phrase – just so you could say you had one…
At any moment in time, we pass hundreds of people who are going through all sorts of things in life. We just never pause to give it much thought.
Host John Matarazzo shares some of his takeaways from 2020 and the lessons that he learned AlongTheWay!
Experts say it takes at least 21, but more like 42 days, to establish a habit.
It’s amazing how much we can trust the Lord…
especially when we are put in the position where we have to totally depend on Him.
On today’s podcast, I chat with my friend, Eric Welch, director of the new movie, Beautifully Broken. Eric and I talk about some personal stories of brokenness, the beauty of standing in the midst of trials, and of course … the movie.
Life happens, and time ticks on. Yes, our bodies are getting older, but old age with wisdom is key.
When scripture speaks into the life of a person, it cuts in like a surgeon’s scalpel, in order to bring healing and life to the person in need.
Today we talk about the beauty in the hidden seasons. We’ve both been there. You may not think someone with such a public ministry would feel hidden. I’m so glad she shares what she is learning. One thing is … even though it doesn’t seem productive or fruitful, God has a purpose for the wilderness.
I realized I did not have to try to climb. Simply because the ladder was Peace.
Jason Davis is an entertainment industry executive with a broad range of titles including award-winning songwriter, award-winning author, independent record label president, executive TV producer, entertainment consultant, former Senior VP of A&R for Dolly Parton’s management company, and a serial entrepreneur.
You may have noticed at the end of each episode, I end with, love well, you were made for it. So I thought I’d close out this four-part series with some of my tips for loving well. Because this is my favorite subject …. LOVE!
Every thought that attempts to enter your mind is subject to the scrutiny of the Word of God and the Truth of the Holy Spirit!
In this podcast episode, I share personal stories of frustration, failure, and success. I also give very specific tips on how to reconcile any situation well. And how to deal with the aftermath of things not going as you hoped.
I love freedom coaching because I get to help people process their own responses to outside stressors and learn to be the person God created them to be. I find this topic … learning to reconcile well, is key to having healthy relationships. We aren’t taught how to do this in school and we often learn bad habits from our family of origin. Unknowingly, we develop patterns of communication that keep us from having the relationships we desire.
What if I told you there are keys to learning how to communicate so well, that you could keep that connection with someone no matter what the other person did or how badly you are at communicating? In today’s episode, I’ll share the keys to communicate well.
God doesn’t condemn our need to rest; He honors it. So don’t put condemnation on yourself.