Let me ask you a question? What has the power to...Transform a rotten day into a good day? Change a bad mood into a good mood? Change an attitude of worthlessness into an attitude of appreciation and even importance? Transform a spirit of defeat into a spirit of energy and hope for what the future holds? Turn a tired and exhausted group into an unbeatable and impenetrable team? The answer is so simple yet so profound.
This week's post is more of an announcement than a typical leadership post. In partnership with Heritage College and Seminary, I have the privilege of hosting a tour of Greece in May of 2020.
The tour will retrace the steps of the apostle Paul as we visit the biblical sites that brought the majority of the New Testament to the world. If you've ever wanted to experience the history, impact, beauty, and glory of Greece than this is the adventure you've been looking for.
If you've ever had the opportunity to stand in front of a crowd and deliver a sermon, message, or talk, you know it can be one of the most daunting experiences. It consistently shows up on lists of people's most dreaded fears.
It's further complicated by inner doubts. Is what I have to say important? Will anyone even care? Will I make a fool of myself?
Healthy relationships can make a huge difference in our quality of life. But relationships can sometimes be tricky. Given the present climate of our culture which seems more divisive and argumentative as ever, fostering healthy relationships can make all the difference in the world. Here are 5 powerful questions to ask yourself with respect to your relationships.