Our current cultural climate is deteriorating, progressively pitting itself against the Church and Biblical values. Poll after poll shows that Christianity in America is declining and that Christians themselves are becoming less convicted about their beliefs and faith practices. In this episode, Christian leaders are challenged to engage in today’s culture Biblically and offered three powerful reasons believers can be hopeful in these challenging times.
U.S. overdose deaths hit an all-time record in 2020, killing over 93,000 people. How do we, as Christian leaders, combat this growing epidemic? In this episode, Founder and Executive Director of Big Fish Ministries, Isaac Stooksberry, shares how you can help those struggling with addiction experience true freedom through Christ-centered recovery ministry.
We are excited to announce that a concentration in apologetics is now available for our Bachelor of Theology online degree program. Apologetics equips leaders to contend for that faith in a way that is winsome, intellectually robust, and clearly engaging…
Our partner schools are churches and ministries that use our Biblical education courses as the engine of their own customized Bible colleges. All over the world, partner schools fuel their students’ success in obtaining their degrees, rising as leaders, and fulfilling their calling, and they’re using these three steps…
If you know and follow Jesus, then peace is your permanent possession. Why then, do we sometimes live and lead without peace? You can keep your peace even in the busiest and hardest seasons of life.
Kingdom leaders often expend tremendous time and energy building their teams and organizations, leaving little time to focus on their personal lives. Yet, 1 Timothy 3 reminds us that leadership starts at home.
Are you an effective communicator? Are you sure? You may have been in leadership for decades, but that’s no guarantee. Understanding the four stages of speaking will help you determine the answer to these important questions…
Pastor Gilles Gentley had taken some courses from Christian Life School of Theology Global (CLSTG) through a local church and was also engaged in self-study. Coincidentally, when he joined Catalyst Church in Jericho, Vermont, as a staff member, he found an opportunity to relaunch their CLSTG partner school program, the Jericho School of Ministry.
Leadership requires an intense amount of commitment, drive and hard work. How can you lead well in a way that can be sustained long-term? There are Biblical leadership fundamentals that can help you fulfill your Kingdom mission without experiencing burnout. These essential truths center around the following five areas: presence, purpose, plans, perseverance, and people.
As a Kingdom leader, you’ve been invited to get in touch with God’s wisdom. In James 1:5, scripture says “If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you.” So how do we lean into the heavenly wisdom available to us?