‘The Standard’ is a monthly blog aimed at kingdom leaders. The main focus is to discuss various subjects that pertain to raising leaders of purpose, vision and excellence.
One primary ingredient that is missing in our Churches today is genuine personal interest and care for God’s people. The absence of authentic relationships makes it impossible to build solid bonds, which offer support and individual acknowledgement.read more
In ‘part 1’ of this series, I discussed why I believed the church in our day, for the most part, has the tendency to be far more passive than active in the work of the Lord. With lukewarmness and indifference to the things of God being commonplace in much of our...read more
The State of the Church The Church in our day, for the most part, has the tendency to be far more passive than active in the work of the Lord. Most believers feel that if they show up for church on Sunday morning that they have done what is expected of them. This...read more
“I wait quietly before God, for my victory comes from him. He alone is my rock and my salvation, my fortress where I will never be shaken.” – Psalms 62:1-2 An intimate relationship God will have you making some very bold statements that may very easily be...read more
Faith in God enables and empowers a person to make some bold and daring declarations that others could easily mistake for being arrogant and prideful. Psalms 62:1-2 reads, “I wait quietly before God, for my victory comes from him. He alone is my rock and my...read more
The Purpose of Submission When examining a concept or practical principle, a good place to begin is to discover the original purpose or intent. In the case of submission, this is vitally important because if we don’t understand the purpose of submission, we will...read more
If there is one exceptional thing that I have learned along my journey of faith, through which I have experienced the greatest blessing and release, it is that submission and servanthood are the keys to promotion in the Kingdom of God. In part one of this discourse on...read more