Dwell: Life With God for the World

Barry teaches pastoral theology and spiritual formation at Dallas Theological Seminary and is a teaching pastor at Irving Bible Church. He received his masters of theology degree from Dallas Seminary and his PhD in theology from Wheaton College.

The Life You’ve Always Wanted

John Ortberg is a pastor near San Francisco, California. He is the bestselling author of many books, including “If you want to walk on Water, You’ve got to get out of the boat”.

Ordering Your Private World

Gordon MacDonald (Chicago, Illinois: Moody Press 1984) Gordon MacDonald has been a pastor for over 40 years, and served as President for InterVarsity USA. Through this book he explains the inner life in practical ways and explains the necessity for this: “Because I am convinced that the inner world of the spiritual must govern the […]

Developing the Leader Within You

John Maxwell has been a pastor for any years, and he is the founder of INJOY, Maximum Impact, The John Maxwell Team, ISS and EQUIP.

Understanding Leadership

Tom Marshall from New Zealand used to teach in YWAM schools, LTSs and conferences in the 1970 and 80ties. He had a strong prophetic teaching gift and became a blessing to many.

Making Jesus Lord

Laying down rights is a concept foreign to our culture, indeed a concept foreign to the very nature of humankind. We live in a world where the protection and exaltation of individual rights has become an obsession.

Is That Really You, God?

Loren Cunningham’s dream began with a vision–waves of young people moving out across the continents announcing the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Right Relationships

Tom Marshall from New Zealand used to teach in YWAM schools, LTSs and conferences in the 1970’s and 80’s.

He had a strong prophetic teaching gift and became a blessing to many. This book, one of his last, reveals the power of relationships expressed by four dynamics: trust, love, respect & honour as well as understanding.

Reinventing Organisations

Loren Cunningham had a “download from the Lord” in 2010—Circles, Circuits and Cycles.

The circles referred to leading from and with teams. I couldn’t see how that would work locally, though we implemented it above local level. Now I think he was seeing something that was at least a decade away—as he sometimes does.