Being in God’s will is an amazing place to be with God. In this place, we are assured of answered prayers. 1 John 5: 13-15 (NLT) I write this to … Continue reading 300% Growth in One Year
Leadership is “the constant and earnest effort to accomplish what is undertaken with persistent exertion.” Diligence includes zeal to invest our energy and time in serving, and developing ourselves. Godly mature … Continue reading Day 22: Servant Leadership
The essence of meekness is rooted in who we are preoccupied with. The meek are preoccupied with Jesus as their source and owner of everything they possess. Therefore, they are … Continue reading Day 21: Humility
They say who you become in ten years is determined by the books you read the people you meet. The sad thing is many people don’t care who they meet, … Continue reading Books that Transformed My Life
When movements start to be successful, one of the first things people are faced with is how to deal with problems. Learning how to deal with difficulties biblically is vital … Continue reading Turning Big Problems into Giant Success Stories
The Lord gives us a pattern of how he wants us to transform the world. He laid this wisdom down in the Book of Acts, as well as, modeling it … Continue reading How to Have Fruitful Outreaches
Many believe that keeping our First Love first means praying and not going. Others may think to fulfill the Great Commission is going and not praying. Both are wrong. Living for our First Love is praying and going at the same time! The greatest place of intimacy is in our secret place while making an impact.
Working with hundreds of youth from the around the world has given me insight on a blind spot many of our emerging generation is bumping into. Often we associate our purpose in life with fun, entertainment, pleasure, and limitless possibilities. Then as our journey continues we stroll into struggles, tribulations, hardships, despair, and confusion. When these trials occur this is where I see a lot young-in-the-faith stop their walk with God. Currently, in our emerging generation less than 1% of the global population follows Jesus.