Scripture clearly states that the first fruits belong to God— not the leftovers. For some reason it is vital that we take the first and best of what we have and release it—release it as an offering . . .
When Jesus said, “To whom much is given, of him much is required,” the concept he was clearly discussing was stewardship, not ownership. People who are hungering for ownership of the herd need to realize that they will be required
What still fascinates you? Are you a jaded couch potato—being fed information through tubes—or are you out exploring, turning over rocks to look for something new? How could staying fascinated benefit you in your career? In your marriage? In your
We just completed the Path Course Beta on Tuesday. Six weeks of experiencing the Path in an online format. A first for us. When I started teaching the Path in 1997 I had no earthly idea that it would still
Naomi, in the Bible, offers a vivid example of someone whose career path was brought to a fork in the road. Suddenly bereft of her sons and husband through death, she faced an uncertain future. Unaware of how God is
I often receive weekly messages from people who have read the Path, Creating Your Mission for Work and Life, my second book, that fill me with delight! Stories of transformation, insight and new directions. My good friend Billy Bob shared
I once had the privilege of being escorted to a speaking engagement by a young minister from Russia. He had read the book Jesus, CEO, and said that many of the thoughts in the book had challenged him. I likewise
This concept of “remaining” is among the most challenging for me, a Wind/Fire, to write about, because I have little natural understanding of the value of staying in one place. Recently I calculated that I have lived in seventeen different
One of the principles of True Wealth is that you learn to hear the Voice above the Noise. After we released that chapter a few weeks ago there was an intense reader response. Clearly, I had hit a chord with
America began in protest—and may she always remain. When we lose opposing voices, then we will surely have lost our way.