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Peace Shines like a Star

Your ministry is to shed light in a dark world. The darkness takes many forms. The darkness that steals your calm is busyness and feelings of overwhelm. We live in a loud world, so using quiet in your ministry may be a path to peace. It’s certainly counter cultural!...

Don’t Let Mistakes Steal Your Leadership

How do you, as a leader, let go of regret? How do you allow yourself to take imperfect action? Regrets tend to grow like snowballs if you don’t deal with them. Evan & Liz Frerichs discuss the important distinction between regrets and repentance. 3 components of...

Servant Leadership

Leadership isn’t words, it’s actions. Like faith, it’s not about what we say—it’s what we do. Anyone who demands submission is not a good leader. Good leaders always hold the needs of those they lead above their own needs. Stop chasing respect and power. Show...

Quiet Leadership

God will push us beyond our comfort zone, but He will never push you to not be yourself. We look at the story of Naomi and Ruth today as an example of quiet but powerful leadership. In the body of believers, God will push you to change, but you will never grow out of...

Leadership is not Glamorous

Every leader has volunteered to put aside their own personal safety and agenda for someone else’s benefit. Powerful examples include parents, pastors, scout leaders, and coaches. It’s no cake walk. It’s important for every Christian to realize they are leaders,...

Called to Lead

Being a leader is the call of every Christian. But when we take our eyes off Jesus and get distracted, we make our lives difficult and lose calm. Unfortunately, stress is contagious. Fortunately, calm is contagious too—like Jesus when he was sleeping in the boat...

So that You may be Lacking in Nothing

“The degree of our faithfulness is a direct result of our regard for God’s faithfulness” ~ Beth Moore. Faith is about your actions, not your feelings. God’s desire for you is to develop into your best self—the person He designed you to become. His desire for you is to...

Jesus is Gentle With Our Doubts

There is room, even in prayer, for doubt. Our attitude when we come to God is important. We can come to break down or build-up our connection to God. Greater faith goes through a process of filtering out doubts through investigation and prayer. So be encouraged in...

Wanting Ease Over Maturity

We read in James 1 that the way to ‘lacking nothing’ is by asking for wisdom. Does that make any sense to you? What we are asking God for shows us what’s in our hearts. Are you using prayer to attempt to change circumstances or to mature in faith? Liz shares about how...

Good Things Come from the Father of Lights

Do you dare ask God for the things you want or need? What if He says ‘no’? But Jesus says we have not because we ask not. What would it take for you to ask God for anything in faith? We discuss James 1:5-8 again as well as James 1:16-18. The James passage talks bout...