When time is limited, how does a writer, speaker, or leader choose the wisest ways to spend the time we have for ministry? Check out these three wise investments to jumpstart your ministry.
Tribes are not meant to be a “serve it up to me” experience like we expect at a buffet. Rather, being part of a tribe includes a careful choice to be more aware of others than ourselves.
I’ll never forget that single brave moment over a decade ago when I shared that God was working in my heart to write and speak for Him. I don’t know what…
How do we keep writing when there is trouble on every side, and we feel exiled to the cave?
Have you ever been afraid to step into your calling and carry your story with open hands so God can freely use it as He needs to?
Let me share with you what happened that day in my devotions—it was a pivot point that changed everything for me.
There are seven steps I use when I am preparing to build a message for a Bible study, a women’s retreat, or to preach.
When Oksana and her child told me they were now to live here, I was overjoyed. I knew her husband was fighting for Ukraine in Kyiv. But where was David, her older son?
Fear can paralyze and prevent us from our yes to God, but faith steps propel us in obedience to Him.
How can we find the push and keep going through a hard season?
One of the greatest challenges for writers is to come up with a unique book idea. If Ecclesiastes 1:9 is true (and it is!), then there is nothing new under the sun—but then where does that leave us for a book that isn’t like others?
If you were asked to share the gospel in a simple, clear, and compelling way to an unbelieving audience, would you be prepared to do so?
You have an idea for a presentation. You want to present a topic, but it seems you only have a skeleton. Just a few bones that seem disjointed and plain. There is a way to put flesh on those bones and build a presentation that is rich and deep and meaningful.