Posts Tagged ‘spirituality’
It is estimated that 41.6% of the U.S. population has a Facebook Account, with 500 million active users worldwide. Other social networking platforms, including Twitter and My Space, compete for networking share. We live in a world that wants to connect. Hands down…social networking is here to stay! Read the rest of this entry »
A further question– “What does this mean?”– is the question that observers pose at the first Pentecost account of the earliest church (Acts 2:12). I suggest that we continue to ask this question today! Read the rest of this entry »
David’s spiritual rhythms of seeking God, worship, and prayer were released through his poetry and song writing. How could someone with that amount of leadership stress and crises find time to write poetry? Read 1 Samuel 19-22 for a snapshot of a few days in the life of God’s anointed on-the-run. Then read 2 Samuel 8 for an overview of some of David’s military exploits after Saul’s death. It’s difficult to imagine how someone so action-oriented could also be so reflective, as evidenced by the 150 Psalms in Scripture that are testimonials of David’s spiritual life in God.
But what about contemporary Christian leaders? How do we navigate the rigors of leadership, all the while growing in our spiritual communion with God? Read the rest of this entry »