Sometimes our discipleship focuses too heavily on either thoughts, emotions or actions. By understanding the three styles of discipleship, we can get to a more holistic approach to developing people.
Fabs Harford unpacks four qualities visible in Biblical Leadership and how we can seek to imitate them in our own ministry.
Are you ministering the Gospel of Jesus Christ or coordinating people and programming events?
Fabienne Harford shares some practical tools for exhorting others and receiving exhortation graciously.
Many of the obstacles and issues with community in the Church exist because our expectation and ambition for community tends to be distorted by our consumeristic culture.
Fabienne Harford shares four things you can do to love and minister to single folks around you.
Listen as Jamie Ivey and Fabs Harford process thoughts on identity at Verge conference 2014.
Do you tend to lead with an iron fist or hide in the corner? In this podcast, Jamie Ivey and Fabs Harford talk about what it looks like to lead the church as a family rather than treating it as an orphanage.
Are you a part of cultivating a culture of relational trust? Do you behave with integrity in your interactions and relationships? Do you communicate honestly and directly with those around you?
This podcast was recorded live at Verge 2014. Listen as Jamie Ivey and Fabienne Harford share their stories of the first time their eyes locked with Jesus and began to follow him.
What does it practically look like to believe Jesus is better than your job, better than your friends, better than your family? Listen as Jamie Ivey and Fabienne Harford reflect on the opening session of the Verge 2014 Conference.
When it comes to being and making disciples we know that God wants us to love one another, but let's be honest: that's impossible. Instead of pushing into that feeling of weakness and depending on God's Spirit ... More...
Some of us have reduced knowing God to knowing things about God. So, what next?
Our postmodern world has issues with real weakness. We want to wage war on our faults, but only the ones that don't really threaten the places or people that are most precious to us.
I think the way we give thanks reveals a lot about what we treasure: the gift or the Giver. Find out why.