A few of our Leadership Development Program graduates share about how God has been working in their lives.
If you and I believe that God’s love is enough, will we fear less? Do you trust God enough to face your greatest fear? If you and I believe that God’s love is enough, will we fear less? Do we trust God enough to face our greatest fear?
When everything else in life is swirling out of control, one Bible verse, or a life verse, can keep you centered. Willow Creek Senior Pastor Bill Hybels shares his life verse with us — 1 Corinthians 15:58 — and how it has kept him centered on Christ for more than 30 years.
Scripture says that God has not given us a spirit of fear, yet we all fear things that are beyond our control. Who told us to be afraid and what role does faith play in helping us overcome these fears?
Why do you do what you do and how do you explain the “whys” to others in your life?
No matter where we sit, the stories of our bravest moments are basically the same. They are stories in which we stepped out into the unknown — not knowing what waited for us or what was going to happen next.
Faith is a choice that we make and stepping out in faith is good. But what God wants to know is, “Are you willing to make a choice where it pains you the most?”
Wesly and Innocent are former Leadership Development Program students who are determined to be positive change agents for their respective countries — Haiti and Uganda.
Joshua is told to be strong and courageous as he prepares to lead the people of Israel through a season of change. A season where they are transformed from a wandering people into a possessing people.
Pastor Chris Seay invites you on a journey. A 40-day journey that will disrupt your habits and your rituals. A journey that will help you identify and connect with the poor and the suffering — the ones Jesus loves.
You can’t minister from wounds, but you can minister from scars. God can take your scars and turn them into a crown.
This may be the clearest presentation of the Gospel you ever hear. The speaker is Rev. Joby Martin, Executive Pastor from Beach United Methodist Church in Florida.
Mark Hanlon, Senior Vice President of Compassion USA, talks about the currency of humility within the economy of unity, specifically showing humility toward one another.
Forgiveness doesn’t mean what happened to you isn’t important or doesn’t matter. Forgiveness doesn’t mean there shouldn’t be consequences for the hurt done to you by someone else. And forgiveness doesn’t mean you always have to reconcile with the person who hurt you. So, what is forgiveness?
Dave Eubank, founder of Free Burma Rangers, spoke during our chapel on July 27, 2011. Dave shared some of his first-hand experiences behind the Burmese border. You clearly hear his heart for the oppressed ethnic minorities in Burma (Myanmar) and learn about what is being done to help them.
Jim Finwick, Vice President of Technology, spoke to employees during our June 15, 2011 chapel and exposed some plays in the Devil’s playbook, so we may effectively stand against the schemes of the devil.
This chapel message from Bambang Budijanto, Vice President of our Asia Region, is not about praying for others that God will help those who are in difficult situations. It’s about prayer as an authentic, integral and holistic relationship with God.
We are the Church of God. And we need each other. We have a responsibility to teach and admonish one another in love and humility.
To remain focused on the call that God has given you, remember: 1. Your work matters to God. 2. Your work matters to the people you serve. 3. Your work matters to the people with whom you serve.
What does it mean to have a critical spirit? How is a critical spirit different from a critical mind? How do we develop a criticism that doesn’t judge but strengthens instead?
Bob Lenz, Founder and President of Life! Promotions shares his passion for moving the church beyond the business of entertaining and into the business of training and discipling our youth.
What is preventing you from being real in all of your relationships? Have you been wasting time looking at the lepers hearts in others while forgetting the leprous heart inside yourself?
The Director of our Child Sponsorship Program, Emily Sarmiento, explains how to live out love in devotion to one another and the important role that loving one another “on purpose” plays in building unity in our personal and corporate relationships.
Oneness is a blessing in itself, but Christian oneness has the higher purpose that Jesus prayed for — “that the world may believe.”
Celebrate with us as Tony Beltran, Michelle Tolentino and Richmond Wandera, formerly sponsored children and graduates of our Leadership Development Program, become the first graduates of our scholarship program at Moody Bible Institute.