“You can’t invest effectively in everyone who’s trying to follow you. Jesus had lots of followers. He had 12 disciples.” Read the helpful blog post by Ron Edmonson.
“Labor Day is one of only a few non-religious holidays that is celebrated on the same day in both Canada and the United States. Today all across North America we are taking a break from our normal labors in order to rest. And as we rest, we do well to remember and to thank. More than anyone else, John Flavel has taught me why and how I ought to express gratitude to God. Today I’m following in his footsteps as I explain why you ought to thank God for your job, whatever your job is.”
Read the full blog by Tim Challies.
“I have the privilege – and it really is a privilege; that’s not just puffery – to interview top Christian leaders (and some who aren’t Christians but are really good at what they do) on a weekly basis alongside Todd Adkins for the 5 Leadership Questions podcast. I learn an incredible amount from getting to ask questions and converse with these people. Even knowing their credentials and accomplishments I am often blown away by their wisdom, practicality, and insight. Here are some of the best quotes from the first 100 episodes of the podcast.” See the fantastic list here.
The Bible has more to say about work than most people realize. The Gospel sets us free to work hard without fear. Watch to Tim Keller’s sermon below.
“We are poised at the edge of a new Renaissance period. This could be one of the greatest chapters in human history if we have the right kind of leaders.” Read the full blog by Glenn Brooks.
Blog by John Piper on Desiring God. Read here.
Five principles as spoken by Tim Keller. Read the article from Scribble Preach.
Entrepreneurs, authors, and thought leaders offer questions you need to ask yourself to improve your life.
Every Christian man is called to get involved in God’s work in some way…Sadly, I have known many Christian men who felt like losers because they were never war heroes, sports stars, or corporate titans.
The Christian life is not only for the “extraordinary”, but for the “ordinary” as well. Read the full blog here.
Ever wonder how it can be done? Read this great resource by Matt Perman to find out.