Think about how your usual day goes. Can you say that your life is free of stress, worry, problems or pessimism? Chances are, we’ll probably all say “no” in resounding chorus (and with harmony too!) Anyone and everyone, no matter how smart, strategic, experienced or Christian you has probably experienced bumps and trials on a daily basis.
So you want to be in ministry? Many people today want to do ministry to simply play church, get the perks or catch the limelight. People like that will find that to enter ministry with those desires will mean ultimate disappointment.
Today’s working force has a completely different outlook towards rest than it did half a decade back. Whereas rest and leaves were once a desired thing generally, many workers today cannot find it within themselves to take a break.
Ephesians 2:19-20. Consequently, you are no longer foreigners and strangers, but fellow citizens with God’s people and also members of his household, built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, with Christ Jesus himself as the chief cornerstone. Three years ago, I was asked to be part of a team to oversee and manage the construction of […]
Steve Harvey was not a name that a lot of people knew before today. In fact, I don’t think this many people have ever remembered the name of a pageant host ever. As famous as Harvey is right now, I’m not so sure if he or anyone else around thinks that’s a good thing. When […]
There was once a businessman by the name of Robert G. LeTourneau, one of the most decorated heavy machinery inventors in history. RG LeTourneau started off terribly as a businessman, getting into gambling and drinking at an early age. By 28, his business was under $5,000 in debt (this was back in the 1900s). At […]
There are three things that give a leader a platform to effectively carry a team: Vision, charisma and resources. I remember that in one of my classes back in school of ministry, Pastor Joey Bonifacio taught us that there are three questions leaders should always answer.
A few months back, I was asked by my Senior Pastor to abandon my post as in-house Art Director to take on the role of being Discipleship Director of Victory Iloilo, my heart skipped a beat. I’m an introvert by nature, and my last role fit me well- sitting in the office, coughing up designs, […]