Life For Leaders

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Workday Prayers: When Your Energy Has Run Out

Sometimes the pressures and demands of work can be overwhelming.

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Called to Hope

Christians are called by God to be people of hope. Christian hope is not wishful thinking.

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Called to Unexpected Freedom

We tend to think of freedom as freedom from something: freedom from oppression, freedom from taxation without representation, freedom from worry, etc.

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Called According to God’s Purpose

In our words and our works, we can partner with God as he unites all things in Christ.

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God Works in All Things for Good

Romans 8:28 teaches us that God is at work for good in all things.

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The Selection Process

Jesus chooses people who do not fit the expected mold.

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Paralysis Alleviated

It is almost inevitable that at some point in life there will be circumstances that will cause paralysis in our lives.

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Workday Prayers: God’s Help Against Your “Foes”

God will help us overcome our “foes” at work.

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Called to Belong to Christ

God’s calling is an expression of God’s desire to be in relationship with you.

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God’s Calling Transforms Our Reality

No matter what title you wear at work, it does not define you.

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Can You Be a Real Christian in Your Ordinary Life?

God wants us to discover how to live Christianly in the situations to which he has assigned us: our marriages, our friendships, our workplaces, our communities.

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The Time of Your First Calling

When it comes to faith, we aren’t the initiators, but the responders.

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