LEADERSHIP ON MISSION - APRIL 26, 2016

Leadership Salt

by Norm Poehlke
NAB Vice President of Ministry Outreach

I was struck the other day by the words of Jesus talking about salt. It was not so much what He had to say about the usefulness of salt as much as what happens when salt loses its saltiness. Jesus said, “It is no longer good for anything except to be thrown out and trampled under people's feet” (Matthew 5:13b ESV).

Leadership on Mission–April 19, 2016

Muscle Car Ministry Approach

by Dan Hamil
NAB Executive Director

NAB Update

Thank you for your continuous prayers!

Leadership on Mission–April 12, 2016

A Constant Awareness of God (Part 3 of a 5 part series on Life Pursuits in Leadership)
by Kent Carlson
NAB VP of Leadership Formation

We have considered the foundational importance of humility and the pursuit of inward rightness as necessary, preliminary ingredients in experiencing the transforming reality of an authentic life with God. Next, we must, with great intentionality and diligence, learn to live with a constant awareness of God. This means that we must ask, expect, and be ready to receive God’s very real presence and activity in the mundane details of our lives.

There have been many phrases used to describe this kind of a “God-attentive life.” The two most popular are “unceasing prayer” and "practicing the presence of God.”

Leadership on Mission - April 12, 2016

 

We have considered the foundational importance of humility and the pursuit of inward rightness as necessary, preliminary ingredients in experiencing the transforming reality of an authentic life with God. Next, we must, with great intentionality and diligence, learn to live with a constant awareness of God. This means that we must ask, expect, and be ready to receive God’s very real presence and activity in the mundane details of our lives.

 

There have been many phrases used to describe this kind of a “God-attentive life.” The two most popular are “unceasing prayer” and "practicing the presence of God.”

 

This is what the Older Testament refers to in Joshua 1 and Psalm 1, to mention just two places, when speaking of meditating on God's truth day and night. Scripture here refers to the continual practice and experience of an interactive conversation with God.

 

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