5 Questions to Ask the Next Time You’re Offended

Maximus the Confessor (580-662 AD) was a Christian theologian, a monk, and an advisor to Constantinople. He taught about “interior freedom” which could only be experienced by those “who can close their eyes to the fault of a friend.”[1] Nothing hurts quite like the betrayal of a friend. We assume someone has our back, and…

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25 Great Questions for Leaders

“Leaders who don’t listen will eventually be surrounded by people who have nothing to say.”Andy Stanley One of the greatest skills leaders can cultivate is the art of great question-asking. Jesus was the Master of great questions: “What do you want me to do for you?” (Mark 10:51). “Who do people say that I am?”…

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4 Questions You Can Ask to Perk up Your Time with Jesus

Years ago, I was taught to spend intentional time with Jesus every morning. So, from the time I was about 12, I spent time with Jesus. That practice was called “quiet time.” Now, I like to call that my “facetime” with Jesus because it reminds me to meet with Him face to face. During my…

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