Join us in the third part of this series as we see how God implements His masterplan to redeem the world and restore His people. We unpack the meaning of the word “redemption” and see how it applies to us as individuals in terms of our relationship to Him. And then we explore His invitation to participate in His work of redeeming the cosmos through Jesus.
In the second part of this series, we look at the impact of the rebellious choice made by Adam and Eve which lead to the Fall. Because they represented all of humanity, their action affects us too. But God, in His unfailing love, reverses the Fall through Jesus. He leads us from uncertainty to trust, and from failure to faithfulness.
In this three-part series, we will develop a deeper understanding of who God created us to be. We are called to live a life transformed by the ultimate story of significance and this impacts our call to entrepreneurship and venture building. Join us as we explore the creation commandment and discover our purpose.
As a bearer of God’s image in a position of leadership, this season of facing a global crisis is part of our story. It’s what we’ve been called for and we should relish the opportunity to use our gifts in service of others. This was recorded at our Alumni Coaching Session in May 2020.
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The novel coronavirus is not just something for leaders to “get through” for a few days or weeks. Instead, we need to treat COVID-19 as an economic and cultural blizzard, winter, and beginning of a “little ice age” — a once-in-a-lifetime change that is likely to affect our lives and organizations for years.
At this extraordinary moment, local leaders — people who lead groups of 10 to 1,000 people — have perhaps the greatest opportunity to shape culture in the United States that they have ever had. This is a guide for those of us who are Christian leaders at this moment.