Life For Leaders

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Workday Prayers: When We Turn Away from God

Recognizing our lack of faithfulness is the first step in turning back to God.

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An Example of Coming to Yourself

Sometimes we can be “lost” without knowing it.

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The Lost Son Came to Himself

It can be hard and painful to see ourselves as we really are.

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The Lost Son

Sometimes we feel as if we are lost; not physically lost, but lost emotionally, relationally, spiritually.

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Drinking in the Parable of the Prodigal Son

What a joy it is to drink in the beauty of autumn leaves! Sometimes it’s also good to “drink in” the beauty of Scripture.

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In Jesus’s Name

As followers of Jesus, we need to thoughtfully reflect God’s mission and character in our everyday work.

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Strengthening Our Core

How we develop or neglect them profoundly affects our life and leadership.

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Workday Prayers: Two Sides of Remembering

Sometimes when we remember God’s blessing in the past, we might wonder why God isn’t blessing us now in the ways we desire.

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Reason to Celebrate

In response to some religious elites who showed little concern for those who were spiritually lost, Jesus tells the story of a shepherd who leaves his large flock to seek one lost sheep.

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The Scandalous Welcome of Jesus

Are we open to imitating the scandalous welcome of Jesus?

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How Tasty Are You?

Jesus calls his disciples to be salt, tasty salt.

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The Cost of Discipleship

Jesus said that “whoever does not carry the cross and follow me cannot be my disciple” (Luke 14:27).

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