Years ago, we set out to summarize the gospel into easy-to-memorize statements, in hopes that kids could recite the gospel to themselves and share it with others, from this we developed the “6 Basic Truths.”
We all know singing is great tool for memorization. You may not have heard a childhood song for 10 years, but as soon as the tune hits your ears, the words come flooding back.
Envy isn’t simply just wanting what others have. It’s a desire coupled with a resentful attitude towards those people.
Every church needs a plan to identify and develop leaders in their church. Check out these resources to develop your Leadership Pipeline.
By now we are all familiar with the metaphor of a “shepherd”. We call ourselves “shepherds” and encourage one another to “lead our flock”. More than perhaps any other, Jesus uses the vocation of sheep-herding as reference for what He does for us and how He treats us.
In this video, Daniel Darnell gives us some pointers to help you process through the question “How do you know if you are called to ministry?”
Brett Land shares how he was discipled by a worship leader in this short clip from our Online Worship Leader Development program called “Foundations.”
Something that the Lord has been teaching me recently is this: s a worship leader, I can’t make myself, my audience, or anyone actually worship.
The internet is a black hole of information. It can sometimes be overwhelming with all of the “Watch this video to become a better person!” posts floating through Facebook and Twitter feeds. It is easy to have the intent of reading something worthwhile and landing on Youtube videos of cats playing keyboards.
May we be a people who fight against envy by remembering our identity in Christ, resting in our unique role, and repenting to one another when envy arises.