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In Times of Great Loss, Do Not Lose Heart

Written by Bruce Witt

- the latest from the “Living in Hope with the One Leader” Bible Study Series

We may difficult days ahead with many unknowns.There will be anger, fear, despair, and even death. We will lose jobs, money, and efficiency. But we must not lose heart! In fact, as Christians, we should be a beacon of hope and encouragement to a lost world in need. This can only be accomplished by Christ living in and through us by His Spirit, being sustained by God’s eternal Word. The following are some thoughts from the verses referenced below...


Handling the Uncertainty and Trials of Life

Written by Bruce Witt

An Inward and Outward Battle

We face difficult days ahead with many unknowns. People will be panicking and reacting, looking for someone to blame. In these times of great uncertainty and trials, we need to make wise choices as they relate to our inner man and our outward perspective... 

Do Not Fear

Written by Bruce Witt

God’s Promises and Provisions

Overcoming fear is found in the character of God and His promises. These promises give us hope that fuels our faith...


Leadership in Times of Crisis and Uncertainty

Written by Bruce Witt

What should Godly leadership be doing when people are panicking, confused, and struggling?

In times of crisis and uncertainty, leadership is probably the single most critical component that will make a difference in the lives of the people you are leading and in making a difference in the families, community, organizations, and world we are impacting. Spiritual leaders are a conduit for the Lord to work through and model Godly behavior, exercise wisdom in their strategy and decision making, be compassionate, and take the right action...


Be Your Best - Model and Grow in Character

Written by Bruce Witt

An Attitude Boost Series Article

Here are the six ways that being our best translates into a picture of Godly character everyday, and I learned it back as a college student at Montana State University...
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