Should Pastor’s Be Bi-Vocational?

Assessing 21st Century Trends

In the generation of our forefathers, Pastors were much more highly esteemed –meaning, culture spoke highly of them. Research shows it and my experience proves it. This trend; however, has almost completely reversed and instead, an increased amount of hostility towards anyone holding a religious affiliation or religions title of ‘leadership’ has resulted in a […]

Jesus Christ: The Universal Language of Love

Learning What it Truly Means Be Alive With Christ

The universal language of love is soaked in the precious blood of Jesus’ overcoming power on the cross — in His death and in His resurrection — and every person , every tribe or tongue who knows Christ as their Lord and Saviour, through the power of God’s son, has access to a supernatural type […]

The Key To Christian Leadership

Inspiring Others To Encounter The Magnificence of Christ

The key to Christian leadership is not to create robots that think just like the leader and follow by command, but rather to inspire, champion and encourage those around the leader to truly dig deep, to think outside the lines of culture, ask brave questions and to think about the Bible and their faith in […]

The Reason of Why We Work (And The Benefits)

God's Redemptive Plan and Blessings In Labouring

Some argue that before the fall of man there was still tasks and work to do in the garden, in a perfect world. However, the physical labour and toil of work — the fact that we work hard, sweat, labour, become tired from it, must work and are required to work in order to eat […]

The Art of Balancing Ambition & Relaxation (And Resting In God’s Grace)

When Professionalism, Perfectionism & Ambition Become Workaholism

Most of my readers, maybe like you, are high achievers, and highly ambitious people — just like myself. With that being said, if you are like me, you most likely strive to be the best that you can be. You work hard, you play hard, you have a strong morning routine, you have high standards […]