The board of Trustees for Liberty University announced they asked University President Jerry Falwell, Jr. to take an indefinite leave of absence after he posted an inappropriate picture on his Instagram account.
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There is so much about the resurrection that we don’t know. But God has told us some things, and what He has told us is our hope, comfort, and joy about the resurrection body.
Evaluation isn't always even a conscious process, but don’t pretend it doesn’t matter. It doesn’t mean people aren’t grateful for your leadership; being assessed is just part of being a leader.
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Some people have dreams, but not vision. There is a difference. A vision is a pragmatic dream. A vision is a dream that can be implemented. It’s specific. Nothing becomes dynamic until it becomes specific.
"The progress we’re seeing with the Great Commission globally," says Joel McGill, "has just been...awe-inspiring."
When we fail to care for the environment, says Dr. Sandra Richter, "The widow, the orphan, and the farmer are the people who get hit first and whose economic stability is wiped out."
There are three factors, says Awana's Matt Markins, that "when they’re present together, are far more likely to produce long-term spiritual fruit" in the kids we’re discipling.
“I don’t think we can ever love or lead well," says Pastor Chip Ingram, "until we see ourselves more and more the way God sees us."
You might think of digital church as being impersonal. But Jeff Reed says, "The strength of online church is relationships."
“I just feel like so many Christians have given up," says Carlos Whittaker, "and I don’t think that Jesus Christ died on the cross so we can cope.”
“I believe," says Eugene Cho, "that you can be fierce and contend for convictions and still hold to the values of the fruits of the Spirit.”