In this four-session lecture/sermon series, we look at Biblical revival and historical revivals to understand God’s template for revival, our role in revival, and what we can expect when we are living in revival. Each of the sessions builds upon the next to bring a group of people to the place where they are confronted with the fact that they have to make some individual decisions about their own lives and whether or not they truly want to see God at work in the broader context of their community.
Leaders from every field – the church, business, non-profit, and government – understand that there is something intrinsically powerful about equipping, encouraging, and motivating their followers to do great things. Servant leadership, as taught by Jesus and as exemplified by significant leaders throughout history, is at the heart of a counter-cultural movement of men and women who use their positions of authority to help those following them to rise above personal hurdles and attempt the impossible. A four-session lecture series.
Online marketing is one of those things that is often discussed but rarely understood. Why? Because it can be very technical, and it’s evolving every day. This four-lecture series helps organizations find their voice, their place, and their audience online. For companies with internal marketing teams in place, this series strengthens the marketing department by reinforcing their value to the team while helping other departments realize the importance of strategic operational alignment with the overall marketing strategy and those who are deploying that strategy.
What God Says About Being Happy and the Tools We Have Been Given In this four-session series of talks, we explore happiness. What is happiness? What tools do we use for happiness? What is the impact of happiness? People want to be happy. Often, they just don’t know how to be happy and have never had anyone explain to them the tools available to support them in their efforts to find happiness in life. As a result, depression, anger, resentment, and suicidal thoughts flood into their minds. By learning what true happiness is, and what it is not, we’re able to chart a course to a life of moment-by-moment happiness.
Encouragment for the Pastor and People of the small Church