Author Archives: Bill Hybels

Wiser Together

Wiser Together

We Can Be Wiser Together A person who is wise is someone who has learned how to live life the right way. He or she is wise about relationships, wise about career, wise about money, wise about family, wise about character, and wise about eternity. “Wisdom is priceless!” says the writer of Proverbs. All of

The Power of Vision

Vision is a picture of the future that produces passion in people. Leaders must describe a preferred future in graphic, vivid, compelling pictures and statements that would make someone who is comfortable here say to themselves, ‘Oh, it would be so much better if we were there.’ — Bill Hybels Learning Group Gathering Conversation Starter 

Too Busy Not To Pray

Have you ever felt like there are not enough hours in the day? Family responsibilities, job stress, home repairs, long commutes, and evening meetings can take up every waking moment. At times the stress of it all invades our sleep time, leaving us even more exhausted when the alarm tells us another day has started.

Blessed Are Those Who Have Not Seen

Have you ever wondered what it would have been like to be a disciple of Jesus, listening to the Lord’s teachings first hand? Picture yourself bearing witness to the miracles, or sitting at his feet listening to Him pray. Imagine the joy and blessings! Yet, we really have not missed out on the blessing of

The Star – God Provides a Travel Guide for Seekers

The Star — God Provides a Travel Guide for Seekers Believe it or not, the Bible tells us that God commissioned a particular star to serve as a kind of travel guide for a group of men from the East who had developed an interest in looking for the Christmas child. Not only did that star lead these Easterners

decide on discipleship

Trust the Holy Spirit’s Promptings in Your Hiring

In those rare cases when the human laws of leadership and the scriptural demands of discipleship do collide, decide on the side of discipleship every time. Trust the promptings of the Holy Spirit, for they will help you at these deadly intersections. Much of the published leadership literature these days has come from secular leaders in