Each day of this devotional series, we will consider key moments in God’s glorious plan to redeem us. We will understand both the overarching story of God and the highlights of all He’s done for us in Christ.
Discover three tips for avoiding hypocrisy and handling offense.
We’ve adopted four sayings into our everyday verbiage that may offer less biblical truth than we think.
A volunteer in East Asia uses career expertise to join with others in mixing marketplace ministry with influencing students through a university-sponsored course.
Leaders make things happen. Leaders who are fully devoted followers of Christ have a special call.
The LeaderImpact strategy starts with mission-focused communities.
These reasons for involvement, given by LeaderImpact members, will help you understand how you can make a significant contribution to this movement.
Weary of watching her people die, a South African schoolteacher joins the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Has a friend ever influenced you in something? Especially in spiritual matters, I believe that people buy into a person before they buy into their faith.
Relativism is a frustrating viewpoint to deal with. This is because someone with a relativistic worldview quite often will not accept the idea of guilt and sin and, hence, will not see the need for a Savior. But relativism is wrong, and there is a good way to approach a relativistic worldview. I will attempt to refute relativism and show how the existence of morality necessarily means that God exists.
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