The Power of an Open Home – Leadership
Without trust, discipleship cannot be effective. Author and Pastor Stanley Mehta opens Chapter Two of his book, The Art of Raising Leaders, with those impactful words. Where better to build that trust than within the home? Pastor Stanley stresses how important it is to keep an open home in order to raise the next generation […]
In his book, The Art of Raising Leaders, author and pastor, Stanley Mehta, speaks of how discipleship is the most Biblical form of leadership development. If we intend to raise successors who will take our ministries forward, then Pastor Stanley emphasises that discipleship is the way forward. He makes a clear distinction between discipleship and […]
The watchword right now all over the world is lockdown! My daughter’s last PUC board exam scheduled for Monday morning got postponed on Sunday night. In India, during the last 48 hours, several services and operations have been shut down with immediate effect. As of now, transport, shopping malls, offices, educational institutions and entertainment avenues […]
We’ve all experienced that “back against the wall” scenario: a week that didn’t go as planned—crises appearing from nowhere as crises are most likely to do—and study time set aside in the face of more urgent tasks. Now exhausted and distracted, you sit at your desk staring at a stubbornly incomplete sermon. You may even […]
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