The Key to Spiritual and Mental Clarity in Confusing Times – LM0215

We know that God loves us and wants the best for us. But that doesn’t mean that things will always be easy, or that we’re never at risk of being deceived.

Concluding our time with Terance Clark, he and Scott talk about what God has revealed and how many Believers aren’t prepared for what’s coming next. But that doesn’t mean we’re without hope.

Listen to Discover:

  • Why the saints are weak and what’s causing unbelief.
  • What many of us forget, but we MUST remember – or we will be unpleasantly surprised.
  • What we should focus on.
  • How there’s grace and rest, even in the struggle.

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About the Leadership Moment

Scott McClelland of Foundational Missions shares bite-sized insights into leadership, with a focus on the Bible, missions, and ministry. He pulls from a wide variety of sources and always has something to inspire and challenge us to greatness.

How to KNOW God’s Voice – LM0214

A word from God is powerful. It can sustain. It can direct. It can encourage or give freedom. And, thankfully, we know that God speaks to us in many ways – and continues to do so, even to today.

But, as we look across the landscape, it seems like so many Christian leaders say they’re sharing what God has shown them, yet disagree amongst themselves, as though God might be unsure what He’s saying. And we know that God is not a God of confusion.

We know it’s important to hear from God. But how can we know that it’s really God’s voice?

As we continue the conversation we started with Terance Clark in the last episode, you’ll discover 

  • Why it seems like there’s so much contradiction.
  • What’s often missing in our spiritual disciplines.
  • Whose point of view really matters.
  • Some ways God can enlighten us to how we’re seeing things incorrectly.
  • What happens when we get ahead of what God’s revealed to us.
  • What might need to happen as we begin to hear from God.
  • What is often the source of self-promotion (hint: self-promotion isn’t a problem, it’s a symptom).
  • How God gives us rest.

Resources

About the Leadership Moment

Scott McClelland of Foundational Missions shares bite-sized insights into leadership, with a focus on the Bible, missions, and ministry. He pulls from a wide variety of sources and always has something to inspire and challenge us to greatness.

Terance Clark Shares A Supernatural God Encounter – LM0213

What does leadership have to do with a supernatural encounter with God?

As Terance Clark shares, sometimes it takes these kinds of experiences to get us to set aside our preconceptions, our desire to know and to control, and to lay down the things that preoccupy us.

For some, this might be an uncomfortable idea -that we can experience the supernatural. That God might actually bypass our expectations and intervene.

However, we have clear biblical examples of God doing just that. And there’s no reason that God can’t continue to reveal Himself however He wills.

Listen to Discover:

  • What reverence and fear of God really means.
  • What can happen when we fail to realize who God REALLY is.
  • What we’re often preoccupied with.
  • How God’s perspective on leadership is different from our current cultural expectation.
  • How God wants us to share what He’s shown or told us.

Resources

About the Leadership Moment

Scott McClelland of Foundational Missions shares bite-sized insights into leadership, with a focus on the Bible, missions, and ministry. He pulls from a wide variety of sources and always has something to inspire and challenge us to greatness.

The True Reward of Leadership Development with Michael Pollard – LM0212

It seems like everywhere we look, leadership is glorified. It’s important, to be sure, but the real value of leadership is often overlooked while we focus on what seems to be glamorous.

Michael Pollard draws from his experience, as well as years of leadership development and training, to share with us what is truly rewarding in leadership.

Listen to Discover:

  • What actually provides motivation.
  • How many leaders actually spend their time, and why that’s upside down.
  • Why great leaders often lose great people.
  • What attracts great people.
  • Why Walgreens was able to thrive, while their competitor, Eckerds, did not. And what that means to leaders.

No matter where you are in your leadership journey, it’s always great to come back to the fundamentals of excellent leadership.

Resources

About the Leadership Moment

Scott McClelland of Foundational Missions shares bite-sized insights into leadership, with a focus on the Bible, missions, and ministry. He pulls from a wide variety of sources and always has something to inspire and challenge us to greatness.