Bryan Elliott (P.Eng.) is an engineer, author, speaker, leader, and CEO of Flo Energy Solutions, Co-Founder and Chairman of Bee Me Kidz, Board member of Transform our World Canada, Co-Founder and President of M46 Ministries, and serves in other advisory roles. Bryan is a devout follower of Jesus, a father to co-founder of M46 Bryn Elliott, and an outdoor enthusiast.
It’s easy to throw around the term “kingdom of God” without really understanding what it means. In doing so, we miss the opportunity to embrace a lifestyle of kingdom living.In today's blog post we explore what the Kingdom of God truly is.
Is there truly power in telling your story? What happens when we step out of our comfort zone and share the truth, even when it hurts, even when it's uncomfortable, and even when it means re-living a painful part of our past?
If you are wondering whether or not you are operating out of the spirit of religion or are being motivated by the Holy Spirit, all you need to do is examine whether the fruits of the Holy Spirit are active in your life:
For most people, worship is relegated to the opening of a church service or the playlist they occasionally put on in the car. While both are good, they are limited views of God’s heart for worship.
Sabbath is not dependent upon our readiness to stop. If that were true, we would never stop because we would never be “ready.” There will always be more for us to do, be it our work, personal, or home life.
When was the last time you preached a sermon on the gospel message? Have you considered that some or many in your congregation may not be saved?
Whether you're a ministry leader, board member, or passionate believer, this blog will ignite your desire to align your church with Kingdom principles. Join Bryan on a journey towards stewardship, discipleship, and bearing fruit that truly impacts lives.
Discipleship is an essential aspect of the Christian walk. Learn how investing in the discipleship journey can revolutionize your spiritual growth and the life of the Church.
If we are not directly connecting with God, hearing His voice, and receiving His guidance in our own lives, then we cannot lead those around us well. We might also find ourselves getting off-track from what it is that God wants us to say and teach.
For those of us in ministry, leading congregations, discipling others, and managing teams, unforgiveness can prevent us from doing the work God has called us to do. Hurts that are not dealt with cause damage to our own hearts, and eventually the lives of those we love around us.
Jesus not only weeps as we are weeping, He takes action to make our lives better. We should follow in Jesus's example and take the time to mourn with our congregants who are mourning and then also look to the Lord to see if there's something we can do to help alleviate their suffering.