To be honest, this is a pet peeve of mine - young leaders thinking formal education is over-rated. I do understand some of their reasons are valid, but the consequences of not having a good education in ministry hurts young leaders in the long haul. This post is about tracking with one of the most influential leaders in the New Testament, The Apostle Paul. He was highly educated and had the ministry "tools" to kick butt. Check it out and add your thoughts to the convo
This post is by request, "how do you find purpose in a culture that is bombarded by information?" I call this cultural reality "infobesity." With ALL the information at the tip of our fingertips - resources, relationships, SM, we still have a culture that deals with deep lonileness. This post is about how to find purpose in a world that is paralyzed by over-information + lonileness. Feel free to spread the word...
How do you recover from heartbreak? Some of the most popular songs, writers, and media is around "breakup" but doesn't necessarily discuss how to recover + redeem from heartbreak. This post is all about that... feel free to add your thoughts.
What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus in our Canadian context today? This post is to help #youngleaders figure out strategies around what makes discipleship work in ministry.
Coaching & Leadership.
NGM offers various avenues and resources to mentor you and your team to reach a generation for Christ. We believe mentoring is an intentional model to raise up the next generation of Church leaders.