Do You Want to Get Well?

Do You Want To Get Well? There are three types of people that cannot be helped. The first are those who will not acknowledge they have a problem or realize their need for God. The second are those who know they are in trouble, but their pride won’t let them ask for...

Renouncing

Renouncing In making a public profession of faith, the early church would stand, face the west, and say, “I renounce you, Satan, and all your works and all your ways.” This generic declaration is still practiced by many expressions of Christianity throughout the...

Establishing Your Freedom in Christ

Establishing Your Freedom in Christ James reveals the ongoing battle that we have with the flesh (James 4:1-3), the world (vss. 4-6), and the devil (vs. 7). To resolve these personal and spiritual conflicts we need to draw near to God and repent of our old ways. If we...

Humble Intercession

Humble Intercession Moses was the most humble man on the face of the earth (Numbers 12:3). He showed his humility when his staff, congregation and elders challenged his authority and leadership. First Miriam and Aaron began to talk against Moses (see numbers 12). The...

Principle of Shared Leadership

Principle of Shared Leadership Every Christian leader has felt the burden of ministry. Some have felt so inadequate for the task that they wished they were dead. Like Moses they would rather die than to be around for their own demise. No matter how well the pastor...

Purposeful Leadership

Purposeful Leadership If you know how, you will likely have a job, but you will work for the one who knows why. Why we are here and why are we doing what we are doing? Those are the most basic questions in life. Every Christian should have a sense of purpose in life...

Balance of Power

Balance of Power In Deut. 17:14-18:21, the Lord sets forth the roles and responsibilities of the prophet, priest and king. The concept of having checks and balances in government as well as the idea of having executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government...

Servant Leadership

Servant Leadership Secure Christian leaders have found their own identity and security in Christ. Insecure leaders try to establish their identity and sense of worth in titles, degrees, and positions of authority and power. Insecure parents promote their children to...

Peace

Peace Everybody wants world peace, but it may not always be possible. It is a desire that we all share, but it is not our primary objective. Suppose a wife seeks counsel with the goal of having some more peace in her home. Nobody can guarantee that. To do so they...

Dr. Neil Anderson’s Blog – April 2014

4/1/14 – Happiness 4/2/14 – Fun 4/3/14 – Security 4/4/14 – Peace 4/7/14 – Servant Leadership 4/8/14 – Balance of Power 4/9/14 – Purposeful Leadership 4/10/14 – Principle of Shared Leadership 4/11/14 – Humble Intercession 4/14/14 – Establishing Your Freedom in Christ...