I remember too well the day I quit my non-Christian friends.

I was just 17, a senior, cheerleader, and popular at school, and my youth pastor preached a sermon on 1 Corinthians 15:33: “Bad company corrupts good character.” Here Paul is rebuking the people of Corinth for being influenced by those who taught bad doctrine—specifically those who were claiming the resurrection of Christ did not take place.

But my pastor took this verse and used it to warn us, impressionable teenagers, of choosing the right (and not choosing the wrong) friends. Read More

The Irony of Christian Celebrity

Have we made being famous for Jesus into an idol? Read More

Are Millennials Fit to Lead?

What happens when the youngest, greenest and least experienced step into leadership. Read More

What Will Your Legacy Be?

If you want to make your mark, you have to set the right course now. Read More

The Mark of a True Leader

Why leadership is less about being front and center and more about scouting new horizons. Read More

The Great Recycler of Pain

How God uses—and reuses—hurtful experiences in our lives. Read More