• Best selling author and leadership consultant, Dr. John Townsend shares insights from his book, People Fuel, that focuses on people we choose to surround ourselves with. There are people that fuel us and people that drain us. Dr. Townsend outlines relational nutrients we all need to cultivate good relationships that provide energy, focus, and the support to be all you were meant to be.

  • Best selling author and leadership consultant, Dr. John Townsend shares insights from his book, People Fuel, that focuses on people we choose to surround ourselves with. There are people that fuel us and people that drain us. Dr. Townsend outlines relational nutrients we all need to cultivate good relationships that provide energy, focus, and the support to be all you were meant to be.

  • Change

    Devotionals | November 10, 2021

    What change do you want to see in your family? At work? At church? In your community? What opportunity do you have to live the change that God desires to bring to pass? What would it look like today to live so that others can see the difference God makes in one person's life? God's vision for your circumstances begins to come to light as you yield yourself to Him and live as His servant. As you trust Him, He will equip you to live the change He wants to bring about in and through your life.

  • "Thanks A Lot!"

    Blog | Christine Vogelsang | November 09, 2021

    “Now that everyone is on board, we have just a few disclaimers we want to share. There may be times when we have to readjust our landing to avoid power lines. Also if the landing area is rough and the wind is too strong, you will need to hang on tight in case the basket is dragged across the ground. But don’t worry! I’m sure we’ll have a great ride with no problems.”

  • Being Jesus

    Devotionals | November 08, 2021

    Who has been Jesus to you? Who has come alongside you and walked with you in life, helping you to discover life from God's perspective? God sent Jesus, who lived with us as Emmanuel, "God with us." He walked with His disciples, teaching, guiding, loving, caring for them, and calling them to imitate Him. He continues to use men and women today to walk with and minister to people in Jesus' name. Who will you be Jesus to today?

  • Be the Person God Designed You to Be

    Devotionals | November 05, 2021

    The temptation to compare ourselves to other leaders is always present. In the process of learning from others, we can find ourselves copying them instead of imitating Christ. But God uniquely created each of us to fulfill the role that He has planned for us. He knows who He designed you to reach and how He wants to use you. Your life, yielded to Him, will accomplish His purposes in the world. How does God want to use you today?

    For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.—Ephesians 2:10

  • 5 Signs that you Need to Quit Something

    Blog | Charles Stone | November 03, 2021

    Quitters never win and winners never quit was drilled into my mind at an early age. I believed it. I practiced it. I lived it. I only quit one thing in my life before age 18, my high school football team. I quit because I sat on the bench 99.976% of the time. Since, then, however, I’ve questioned the veracity of that phrase, as catchy as it may sound. And recently I heard a concept that further spurred my thinking about quitting – strategic quitting. What is strategic quitting and why should pastors and leaders practice it?

  • Background Noise

    Devotionals | November 03, 2021

    What thoughts hover in the background of your mind? Your thoughts and beliefs form the basis for decisions and actions. Worry, anxiety and fear can act like static that keeps you from clearly hearing God's voice. Instead of letting these things cloud your thinking, choose to replace debilitating thoughts with the truth found in Scripture.

  • Actions Speak Louder than Words

    Devotionals | November 01, 2021

    How do you demonstrate a servant lifestyle? Serving others may involve words, but you earn the right to be heard by the way you treat people. Sometimes the most important leadership tools are a listening ear and willing hands. Faithfully demonstrating a Christ-like attitude toward others may result in openings for conversations about leading like Jesus. How will you demonstrate servant leadership through your attitude and actions today?

    Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth.—1 John 3:18

  • A Trustworthy Teacher

    Devotionals | October 29, 2021

    Jesus was clear with His disciples. He told them that they could trust Him to tell the truth about God and the way to life. He told them to focus on building the kingdom of God and loving others. He told them that they were to follow His example of servant leadership, regardless of how others responded to them. He told them that the Spirit would empower them and teach them day-by-day. How are these truths shaping Your life today?

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