Everyone wants to be a better leader. Despite how fast the world is changing, there is timeless wisdom to be gleaned from practical historical experts. Management guru Peter Drucker’s innovative insights on social economies were ahead of his time. His breadth of knowledge regarding the evolving workplace has informed many of the world’s most influential […]Read More
The Sahel region of Africa is a more than just a hotbed of conflict that frequently makes headlines. The belt stretching from east to west graphically slices the continent in half more than just topographically. One of the poorest places on earth, the Sahel represents a desperate conflux of disparate religions and cultures: Muslims, Christians, […]Read More
At our staff day of prayer, I was reminded that I am so deeply grateful for God’s overwhelming goodness in every situation.
This year was a roller coaster—mom’s home going, giving away my daughter Natasha in marriage and gaining a son. Unspeakable stories of persecution from the field juxtaposed with rejoicing over more than 100 million kids reached with God’s Word. I can hardly believe all that’s happened in the span of a year!Read More
I am constantly amazed at how cyclical what’s old becomes new again. Especially how sharing God’s story of redemption during the holidays has been reinvented throughout the ages. In 1847, a French parish priest asked local wine merchant Placide Cappeau to pen a poem for Christmas mass. Famous for his artistry with words, Placide was […]Read More
The Bible App for Kids Storybook Bible released last week, climbing to #11 on the overall best sellers book list on its first day! This full-color storybook Bible is the print version of the popular Bible App for Kids. People have been asking why we decided to do a print version when the app is so successful. In […]Read More