Leadership Resources: Priorities

3 Trojan Horses That Are Threatening Our Ability to Connect

Erin Davis

Three Trojan horses that are attacking the depth and quality of our relationships, leaving many of us disconnected in a connected world.

5 Areas for Purposeful Goal-Setting

Shona Murray

Setting goals with a clear sense of purpose in these five specific areas of life will yield substantial dividends.

Add to Your Faith

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

Walk through 2 Peter 1:5-7 to apply and personalize some important qualities in your life.

A Personal Vitality Plan

Del Fehsenfeld

Christian growth and spirituality is about the whole person. This plan addresses the body, soul, and spirit.

A Personal Vitality Plan, with Del Fehsenfeld

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

Hear about the personal vitality plan and presenting every part of life to the Lord.

A Woman's Secret to a Balanced Life, with Sharon Jaynes

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

How can you achieve your most important goals with an over-crowded schedule?

First Things First

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

Learn how to discern the most important activities for eternity.

How to Have a Happy New Year (Ps. 1)

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

Nancy will take you through Psalm 1 to show you how to have a truly happy new year.

Is It Time to Break Up with Social Media?

Sarah Garrett

How to know if you need to call things off with social media.

Little Things Matter—A Lot

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

My dad used to say it this way: "You are what you have been becoming. And you will be down the road what you are becoming now."

Making Noble Plans

Jani Ortlund

God's Word tells us to ponder and to plan. These six questions will help you do that.

Pure for You, But Not for Me

Jeanne Harrison

Are you watching any shows or reading any books that make you think about things that are not commendable? What type of content causes you to sin?

Resolutions for Godly Living

Revive Our Hearts Staff Writers

Here are seventy resolutions Jonathan Edwards wrote before he was twenty years old.

Simplify: How to Make It a Daily Habit

Paula Marsteller

My friend came up with a way to make de-cluttering a daily lifestyle rather than an all-day de-cluttering binge.

So Much to Do . . . But What's Most Important?

Randy Alcorn

In the final analysis, I have only one thing to do.

Stop, I Want to Get Off!

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

We can manifest the same spirit as Jesus did when facing pressure if we are willing make the same number one priority in our lives.

The Fine Art of Selection

Randy Alcorn

Are you mistaking Christian busyness for true spirituality?

The Instruction of a Father

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

The principles Arthur DeMoss shared with his daughter, Nancy, have had a big effect on her life.

The Precious Gift of Seconds, Minutes, and Hours

Christina Fox

While we can’t stop, create, or multiply time, when we invest it in eternal pursuits, it pays dividends that last forever.

Thinking About Time with an Eternal Perspective

Carolyn McCulley

Here's a short list of some of the things I've been mulling over as I ponder "time management" as a Christian.