Life+Leadership

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Mentoring: People of Value Adding Value to People

Step up to the plate. Make this personal by committing to mentoring. There’s nothing more rewarding than investing ourselves in others.

bread for the world

4 Simple Steps to Becoming Bread for the World

Lost humanity needs good bread, the bread which came down from heaven. And what a privilege it is for Christians to become the bread of life.

leadership

Leadership Context: Are You a Leader in the Church?

To formally equip local church leaders, Artios Christian College offers LEA 321, Leadership in the Church of God (Seventh Day).

all the queen's horses

All the Queen’s Horses: A Leadership Lesson from Elizabeth II

I came across a new term in the days following the recent passing of Queen Elizabeth II – “moral authority.” It is used to describe the late Queen’s extraordinary influence during her long reign as British Monarch. She was only ten years old when she became heir to the throne in 1936. Eleven years later […]

born to lead

Born to Lead

Because following Jesus is exactly what it means to be a Christian, every believer is called to be a leader!

Implementing Family Ministry

Implementing Family Ministry in the Local Church

God must be at the center of family ministry to ensure that the ministry will be a blessing for everyone in the church.

Run Your Race

Run Your Race

We will be persecuted and hated because of the god of this world--Satan. Run the race God has given us--endure to the end. Never give up!

Gospel-focused preaching

Gospel-Focused Preaching

Gospel-focused preaching has a two-fold aim: the saving of souls and helping believers better understand and appreciate the gospel.

Living Jesus

Living Jesus

A mind-boggling truth of the Christian faith is, followers of Jesus are to be the incarnation of Jesus, the Living Jesus in the world today!

Ministry - the Baptist Way

Ministry—”the Baptist Way”: Fresh Leadership Insights from an Unlikely Source

Let’s consider some of the lessons that emerge from John’s life and ministry, which, for a play on words, I’m calling “the Baptist way.”