Honor and fame

By Inspiration Ministries

“Nebuchadnezzar fell on his face and did homage to Daniel… ‘Surely your God is a God of gods and a Lord of kings and a revealer of mysteries, since you have been able to reveal this mystery.’ Then the king promoted Daniel and gave him many great gifts.” – Daniel 2:46-48 NASB

CBMC Lincoln Leadership Coach Training

CBMC Lincoln Leadership Coach Training

For years, CBMC has had a biblical view of leadership. Many of us are leaders. Many of us call others to take up leadership in their areas of influence. But it’s one thing to lead and another to develop new leaders. With Christian Coaching skills, we can develop a new wave of businessmen to represent Jesus Christ in businesses and cities, wherever the Lord takes them.

Do you build fences or dig wells?

By Dave Peterson

Love is God’s instrument for binding the world together. There are also other attempts to accomplish this task. Some will try hate to unite people. Some will use fear. Both will work for a season or two. So will suffering and need. But love has enduring power. In contrast, sooner or later hate becomes self-destructive. And the causes of fear, suffering, and need eventually either resolve themselves or fragment into self-interest. But love never ends.

5 Keys to patience

By Regi Campbell

I’m a work in progress when it comes to patience. For years, I had almost none. I was in a hurry everywhere. I hated standing in lines and waiting on hold. Impatient with everything and everybody. Slowly but surely, I’m making some progress. Here’s how:

Overcoming a 'wait' problem

By Robert J. Tamasy\

Nearly every week new reports surface about America’s growing weight “epidemic.” They speak about the alarming percentage of men, women and children tipping the obesity scale. It’s a problem, without a doubt. There’s another pressing issue that sounds the same but looks very different: Our collective “wait problem.”

The value of patience

By Philip Struble

We all operate in a digitally obsessed world where we’re used to having what we need immediately and right at our fingertips.

And as business leaders, we’re constantly busy. Between rushing from work to home to family events, it’s no wonder we don’t really have much patience. Our environment makes us think that we don’t have the time for it—it’s just as Brian May wrote, “I want it all and I want it now.”

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