5 WAYS TO BREAK OUT OF ANALYSIS PARALYSIS AND BE A DECISION MAKER

Do you ever struggle with making decisions? Do you tend to be indecisive in making a choice? This happens when we over-analyze, and become paralyzed by details and choices to the point where we either avoid making a decision or put it off, way to long! The wilderness is a prime training ground for making you and I a good decision maker.

WILDERNESS LEADERSHIP EXPOSES THE ENORMOUS LIMITATIONS OF SOCIAL MEDIA

Like a trade-show of ideas, a recent three-day event highlighted ways to connect with young people and probe their need for Christ. Social Media was a hot topic, and it reminded me of why so many of us believe wilderness leadership is the healthy sandwich that our Cheetos youth culture is starving for.

Tent-Like Faith Looks Forward To A Heavenly City – Acts 7:4

Part 2 in the series, “Abraham’s Tent-Like Faith | Outdoor Ministry Inklings from Hebrews 11:8-9” I’m guessing that many of us camp in tents sometime throughout the year. This series on Abraham’s tent-like faith shows us how to seize this teachable moment to connect tent-camping with what our life of faith is supposed to look […]

RIVER WALKING TO CONNECT WITH GOD | PSALM 23:2-3

One sound softens my heart and soothes my soul more than any other: the trickle of a brook, the gurgle of a tributary, the gush of a stream, the rush of a waterfall, the roar of a river, and the hush of a waterway. Each sound summons a deep restful peace.

PRACTICAL WAYS OUTDOOR MINISTRY ENHANCES THE FIELDS OF SOCIOLOGY & SOCIAL WORK

Outdoor ministry can help people who may need to come to a place where they can live life with dignity again, have the life skills to find a well-paying job, or get the healing and biblical counseling they need to forgive and move on from the wounds of broken relationships and families.

3 WAYS OUTDOOR MINISTRY TEACHES ADAPTATION SKILLS | 1 SAMUEL 17

When David’s father Jesse sent David to resupply his brothers on the front lines of the battle against the Philistines, David accepted the task. He had no idea his adaptation skills were about to be tested.

Don’t Whine, Just Adapt | How the Outdoors Teaches Us Adaptation

True leaders adapt when the conditions change. Leaders rise up when adaptation is needed. They don’t whine about their limitations, lack of resources or support. They just adapt. Jesus modeled adaptation in the Last Supper scene when it became apparent to him from the Father that his time on earth was coming to a close, and his mission would soon be coming to an end on the cross….

Where Performance Anxiety Crosses the Line and Sickens the Soul

One of my Achilles Heels as a leader is to be performance-driven. This is one of the reasons why I love time in the wilderness so much. It prunes off those performance anxiety branches in my life and puts to death those roots of pride.