I am handicapped in my reading. Over the years I have allowed the short attention span of media and the internet and social media drain my ability to read deeply. It is hard work and I’ve too often allowed myself the bad habit of skimming and skipping.
In an age of sound bites and Twitter feeds, many Christian leaders are so busy trying to keep up with current events that few of us take time to stop, to study, and to struggle for the sake of teaching God’s people. All too often, we take a side and stick to it without theContinue reading “I need more “pain in the mind””
I’ve spent a full year away from ministry and shifting into a new phase of life. I am still in a steep learning curve, but along the way I am always finding joy.
Romans 8 calls us to recognize the depths of God’s goodness and how he has empowered us for all things. It is a matter of choosing where you dwell.
Our goal is to THINK.
This is a time where right thinking is more important than ever.
Transformed thinking in Christ helps us find a way through racism.
Basic habits practiced consistently lead to transformed actions and responses.
As a leader if I am not building up other people I am failing at my calling. #leadership — Dan Thompson (@cdanielthompson) May 24, 2016 No matter the size of your church, you have the resources and gifts to BE the Kingdom of God. Pastor, equip them! #leadership — Dan Thompson (@cdanielthompson) May 24,Continue reading “Leadership thoughts along the way today”
We get the opportunity to choose where our minds settle. We can choose our thought patterns in many ways. It is work. Too often it is so much easier to “drift” and allow the junk to float right in. Let us choose to reflect on the goodness of God today. I will dwell on your mighty acts, my Lord. Lord, IContinue reading “Where our minds dwell”