By Charles Stone on Apr 21, 2017
This discipline is really more of a state of heart than a place.
By Joe Hoagland on Mar 10, 2017
I am talking about purposely removing yourself from the busyness to focus on prayer for your congregation, reflection on your spiritual life and those around you, and meditation on the huge weight that is the pastoral ministry.
By Charles Stone on Jul 29, 2017
What spiritual disciplines might you be neglecting?
By Lance Witt on Jan 16, 2017
Leaders who stay spiritually healthy long term are those who learn this sacred rhythm of advance and retreat.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 26, 2017
As Jonathan Edwards expresses, and Scripture exemplifies, one aspect of a Christ-enamored heart is a gnawing ache to get alone with him.
By Thomas C. Brown on Jul 10, 2017
Greater is the value of personal intimacy with God than busyness for him. Service must follow surrender and solitude.
By Charles Stone on Aug 7, 2017
Several months ago I began something with our staff that has been a huge hit. It’s simple. Any staff can do it, whether in a church or a business application. And it boosts staff morale and excitement when we do it. I encourage you to try it with your staff. It’s called a “Blue Sky Thinking” morning.