You will typically overestimate what you can do in the shortrun, but you’ll almost always grossly underestimate what you can do through a lifetime of faithfulness.
Last week I took a Feed Me Week. I take one at the end of each school year. A Feed Me Week is to a sabbatical rest – I intentionally steer clear of my ministry obligations, I make sure not to plan any speaking engagements, I try not to work past my normal hours, I take a break from my blog (hence why you didn’t see any posts [...]Jason Vana
The idea behind this challenge is simple: come up with goals in 52 day chunks. Focus on the goals you made during those 52 days. Give them your all. When the 52 days are over, keep the goals you like, adjust the ones you don't, and come up with new goals for the next 52 days.Jason Vana
Great leaders are willing to lay aside their own desires for the good of those they lead. They understand the influence they hold. Consider how their actions impact others. Reflected on how their words, thoughts, and motives shape the lives of others. And they take that responsibility seriously.Jason Vana
Leadership has become a buzz topic in our world. A quick Google search for leadership conference alone returns over 400 million different options, and that’s not counting the thousands, if not millions, of leadership books, training seminars, schools, blogs and mentorship programs for which you can sign up. Businesses spend [...]Jason Vana
Craig Groeschel, Senior Pastor of LifeChurch.TV, shares the importance of leaders investing in their personal relationship with Christ beyond the need to prepare a message or minister to someone else.
Craig Groeschel, Senior Pastor of LifeChurch.TV, shares the importance of leaders investing in their personal relationship with Christ beyond the need to prepare a message or minister to someone else.Jason Vana
Our strengths were given to leave an impact in the lives of others. When we use our strengths for others, when we pool our gifts and talents to help our neighborhoods and schools and cities, when we selflessly give of our skills, we activate our purpose and show others the image of God in us.Jason Vana
We all are uniquely gifted. We're all talented in specific areas. We can't all be great at organization. We aren't all going to be administratively gifted. We're not all musically talented, or athletically inclined, or the most eloquent speakers. But we're all good at something. And it's those areas we need to develop.Jason Vana