Get a sneak peek into Christian Life School of Theology Global’s newest online course, Sermon on the Mount: Jesus’ Greatest Message, and learn why Jesus had to be very strategic about his ministry on earth.
Enjoy a clip from a new online course available through Christian Life School of Theology Global, which provides a biblical overview of developing and maintaining multiracial/multiethnic churches.
Intentionality is key to changing the way we think. In this episode, Dr. Randal Langley offers four mindset shifts to help you align your thinking with God’s truth.
An algorithm is a set of sequential steps and processes that should be followed to solve a problem. As followers of Jesus, our algorithm is the Word of God, not the opinions of people or the ideology of our culture.
Your emotional health is a vital, strategic part of your role as a good leader. In this episode, Dr. Randal Langley and his wife Rev. Laurie Langley continue their discussion of Paul Scanlon’s principles of emotional prosperity.
When we talk about aging well, we often gravitate toward the physical implications – exercise, proper sleep and healthy habits. What commonly gets overlooked is our emotional well-being.
Jesus left his followers with clear instructions: They were to make disciples by teaching people to obey all he had commanded. Obedience is not a popular idea, but when we dedicate ourselves to following Jesus, we’ll watch our lives transform.
What does it look like for a modern-day church to function as an ekklesia? Hear how one church is transforming the culture by carrying out biblical mandates like feeding the hungry and caring for orphans and widows.
The term ekklesia is a Greek word translated as “a called-out assembly or congregation,” and this biblical concept can revolutionize how we do church.
Spiritual and physical health are intertwined, so a lack of balance on either side can render us ineffective in our calling. In Part II of our series with exercise physiologist Dr. Jason Williams, we discuss practical tips and resources for being better stewards of our health.