Purple Fish: A Heart for Sharing Jesus, by Mark O. Wilson was released last month by Wesleyan Publishing House and
Last Friday I put the final period on a new book I’m writing, then sent it in to my publisher
I don’t even know how to write this post. So I’ll be brief. Last night I read with much appreciation
Here are this week’s top 5: 6 Questions That Grow Great Leaders – Dave Ferguson 5 Ways To Run Better Virtual
Have you heard about the sweet deals that Orange Books has been offering this week? Today is the last day
From the opening pages of David Hackett Fischer’s Paul Revere’s Ride (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994), 3-4. * * * In
When it comes to seeking advice about relationships, marriage, and sex, we tend to look in all the wrong places.
The Bible is full of epochal events, those grand, earth-altering instances that stand out as high points of redemptive history.
Men! In western society today, we’ve typecast men as unable to be responsible, intelligent, or relationally healthy. Boys will be
It’s imperative that you are “social” in your leadership and influence today. A new reality exists, and as leaders we
The English poet, William Ernest Henley (1849–1903), is remembered mainly for a single poem, “Invictus” (Latin for “unconquered”): Out of
Church planting is absolutely essential to doing all we can to fulfill the Great Commission in our generation. That’s why
I have often been asked that question paired with, “I just don’t know what I don’t know. How do I
I’m currently on vacation, and loving it. I’ve got my 4 kids and wife in the car the past 10
The blog series continues as we talk about my philosophy of building the best creative team — an A-Team. Today
by Dan Scott In a few weeks, we’ll be headed into fall, which, except for Christmas and Easter, is the
Purpose The purpose of this operating procedure is to establish, document, and communicate the process for strategic planning at YOUR
If you’re creative, there’s a tension you walk every day. “How am I supposed to get all my ideas…done?” It’s challenging to
About 12:30 PM Tuesday, 25-year-old Kajieme Powell was shot and killed by two police officers in Saint Louis, just north
Here’s an excerpt from Cultural Engagement, Russell D. Moore’s contribution to the August issue of Tabletalk: Early in my ministry,
Because we live in a fallen and imperfect world, a world subjected to futility, leaders will face difficult and trying
Diversity and equality have been hot topics in the last decade of American life. We’re in the midst of various
Ferguson and the Quest for Racial Justice – Russell Moore The events in Ferguson have dominated the news for the past week.
We have had a lot of young leaders join our team over the last few years, some straight out of school. I