Monthly Archives: November 2013

Die With Your Boots On

I spent some time over the last few days watching some of the videos from the R13 Conference that recently took place. R13 is put on by The Resurgence, which is the largest Christian leadership training blog in the world. They have some awesome stuff going on over there. If you haven’t checked them out […]

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An Open Letter to Christian Teenagers

Dear Christian teenager, So you’ve made the decision to follow Christ? Awesome! Even though I may not know you personally, I am legitimately excited for you. Following Jesus is the most important decision you will ever make, even more important than what school you will go to or who you will marry. Those things are […]

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Who Are You When No One is Looking?

In one of my favourite books on Christian leadership,¬†Leaders Who Last,¬†author Dave Kraft says that godly, effective leadership requires three things: calling, character and competence. Assuming that you are an individual called to leadership in some form (I have in mind right now volunteer youth leaders), the latter two areas always have room for growth. […]

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Finding the Middle Ground With Your Money

The Bible says a lot about money. Wether it is proverbs about wealth, stories of rich kings, parables from Jesus, or warnings against greed, the Word of God has a lot to say on this matter. Personally, I have wrestled with how to think about money for several years. I grew up hearing mostly prosperity […]

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