In the shepherd leadership world, we speak often of sacrifice. In fact, sacrifice is what separates shepherds from servants. Service is the act of doing something for someone, while sacrifice is the act of giving up something valued for the sake of something else regarded as more important or worthy. Biblical leadership requires both service and sacrifice, […]
by Jackie Weber The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. Psalm 23:1 Have you ever wondered what Psalm 23:1 really means? I mean, really what it means? David Gibson, minister of Trinity Church in Aberdeen, Scotland, explores this question in his book The Lord of Psalm 23: Jesus Our Shepherd,
Holly Culhane reminds us how Henry Longfellow found hope in the Christmas bells, expressing resilience and faith that God would bring peace.
Presence Point is excited to share the newest volume of the Shepherd Leadership Challenge. Check out the final sneak peak today!
Presence Point is excited to share the newest volume of the Shepherd Leadership Challenge. Check out the second sneak peak today!
We’re excited to share a sneak peek of our new 30-Day Shepherd Leadership Challenge, Volume 3! We invite you to lean into the Scripture passages and application prompts below. The Spirit promises to guide, nudge, and prod us into producing fruit, but there’s no promise that fruit-growing will be comfortable. Let’s embrace it!
By Holly Culhane Absolute surrender. We talk about it in Presence Point workshops, we ponder it when we sing the hymn, “I Surrender All,” and we think we’ve done it. Until we realize we haven’t. The unexpected call from a doctor, the surprising decision of a child, the unexpected result of a plan you