No matter our jobs, our locations, our aspirations, or our callings, we all play an important role.
Whether we’re in vocational ministry or not, we can make the choice to be on mission with how we live.
I encourage you to reach out to your community and keep that lifeline of relationship in tact when it’s easier to focus on processes and task lists.
Have you ever uttered this phrase to yourself before? You’re doing some sort of task or interacting with some human and suddenly it hits you: “I’m a jerk!”. That’s not a fun revelation to come to.
Let’s be a people so in tune with the voice of God that we quicken our pace when he tells us to and we slow down when it’s time to do so. Let’s do our best to move at his pace and not our own.
Today, I am reminded that nothing is impossible with Him.
One fateful decision by a leader, whether good or bad, can change the entire course of a nation, state, city, community, church, business, or family.
What’s your ranking system that determines what’s more important than the other things going on in your life?
When you’re under an immense amount of pressure, love can help you relieve some of that burden.
Let’s experiment with the concept of rest and see how our world changes!