This week we are talking about, "As a pastor, ministry leader, etc..., if I buy into grace won't I get fired."
This week John reads to us from On My Worst Day and reminds us why humor is so important to him.
Ephesians Chapter 6. Who has what role in bringing up a child? How does a child learn to obey from the heart? Maybe a better question - how does the parent learn to obey from the heart?
John reads to us from On My Worst Day about the day his girlfriend of six years broke up with him in college. The discussion that comes out of this experience brings up some great thoughts about who and how we trust.
As we move up the character ladder, we will suffer for the good of others and for our choices of integrity. This is exactly where so many leaders are tempted to jump ship and go back to ruling out of their capacity.
We start a new series on Favorite and Fresh verses that we love today. We start in Galatians 6... and John gets a Moped!
"If we buy into this grace thing, won't people stop giving?" We are talking grace and generosity on the podcast. #gracefears
Today we are finishing our reading of On My Worst Day while we talk about how God loved us and cared for us before we ever believed in Him.
Ephesians 6 and the Armor of God. What is the armor for and who does it protect us against?
Increased devotion and diligence will not make me feel closer to God again. Believing his never changing affection for me will renew my joy.
This week John and David check in, talking about collaboration that can only come about through the power of God's grace.
Today on the podcast we are talking about, "if I actually believe in grace, then won't I get lazy and stop striving for excellence?"
What do we do with companies like Apple, Cisco, Google, etc... when we know their leaders were not interested in high integrity or humility. How can we say that humility is a key component of any Christians leadership?