Although 2020 was a year of intense attack from the adversary, and 2021 was a year of extended recovery, 2022 is all about growth and advancement. God establishes seasons and we need to lean into what he’s teaching us in each season.
You can help overcome racial division in your spheres of influence. This episode of the Pinnacle Leaders Podcast features a clip from Overcoming Racism with the Gospel, a Christian Life School of Theology Global course. Learn about the race cult factor and how it influences our thinking when it comes to racial reconciliation and healing.
There are 8,810 promises in the Bible for every person. While we get excited about God’s promises, we’re not nearly as excited about the process connected to those promises. This episode will provide you with encouragement to help you embrace the process and press into the promises of God.
You can help overcome racial division in your spheres of influence. This episode features a clip from Overcoming Racism with the Gospel, a Christian Life School of Theology Global course we’ll be releasing in early 2022. Learn how to use the truth of God’s Word to bring about a spirit of unity.
According to the Genesis account, God skillfully crafted women and endowed them with a specific expression of His nature. In this episode, learn more about the value of giving women “a seat at the table” and the challenges many of them face in ministry and organizational leadership.
In many Christian circles today, “the power of prayer” has simply become a widespread catchphrase, and many of us have forgotten its truth. Yet in reality, prayer is not only a powerful spiritual weapon, it’s also one of the most basic tools for intimacy with the Father. In this episode, learn how you can transform your church into a powerful house of prayer.
Your home life will undoubtedly affect your leadership life. Many people try to live their lives in “compartments,” but God didn’t create us that way. He created us holistically. In this episode, returning guest Dr. Lon Flippo shares how to prioritize your personal life in a way that will help your ministry or organization flourish.
As Kingdom-minded leaders, we’re commissioned to carry the Gospel “to the ends of the earth" (Acts 1:8). However, not everyone is called to be a missionary in a foreign land. Because churches are filled with doctors, teachers, coaches and people from various occupations, how do they cultivate a missional mindset as part of their culture?