August 6, 2019
summer

2 Questions that Lead to Health

This post is also available in: Español (Spanish) Français (French) العربية (Arabic)reshared with kind permission from Breeze Church.  I don’t know about you, but where I live it has been HOT. I’m wondering how your summer is going? For church leaders, summer is often a change of pace. Many of us take time off. Others of us shut down our regular ministry programming and do something different and perhaps less involved. Summer is often a good time to take stock, evaluate and think strategically. So, here’s the question: How healthy will you be next summer? A year from now will […]
July 27, 2019
Zimbabwe

Zimbabwean Pastors hunger for God’s Word: GProCommission Update

This post is also available in: Español (Spanish) Français (French) العربية (Arabic)Pastor Calson’s life changed dramatically after he attended Leadership International’s Biblical Foundation courses in 2000. Now he labors full-time giving others the same blessing he received. “Pastors hunger to learn more about God’s Word,” Pastor Calson says. As Leadership International – Zimbabwe’s national director, he travels through Zimbabwe and surrounding countries teaching pastoral leaders how to interpret the Bible according to what God intends. He has a heart for pastors in rural areas, where congregations might be meeting in a classroom or under a tree and training is especially […]
July 25, 2019
encounter

Preaching for Encounters with the Risen Christ (Part II)

This post is also available in: Español (Spanish) Français (French) العربية (Arabic)Cont’d from part one  of reshared with kind permission from Leadership Resources Intl.  To listen to the podcast go here. KH: You’ve written before that preaching Christ must arise out of the Word and should lead us to the table, creating a worshipful experience encountering Christ there, at church. What do you mean by this, and why do you think it’s such an important idea? CS: I got that out of the Church of England liturgy, going all the way back to Thomas Cranmer and the way in which the […]