Join Steve Backlund as he muses about the concepts of pre-marriage counseling can relate to those who are saying yes to a God assignment in their life. Just as in marriage where couples are surprised by what they face, leaders often are surprised too with what they experience. This message will help you and help those you influence about preparing for their leadership assignment.
Double-mindedness (doubt in and after decision making) is the enemy of great influencers. In this teaching, Steve Backlund shares wisdom on how to make decisions in faith, and how to stay in faith after the decision is made. Get ready to have your decision making skills increase dramatically as you listen.
Paul the Apostle said, “I have fought the good fight.” We are in a battle between spiritual forces of good and evil. It is foolish and detrimental to ignore this. Even so, many of the explanations concerning this spiritual warfare have overemphasized the devil and underemphasized our beliefs. In this teaching Steve Backlund shares what he believes is the most effective, most biblical, and most life producing spiritual warfare in the world.
Sports teams spend more time practicing than they do playing in games. They work on the fundamentals of their sport, plus they prepare for specific things they will face in upcoming games. People who win in life understand what they will face, and they prepare themselves in their beliefs and practices to be overcomers. Get ready to be inspired and instructed from this powerful teaching.
Great influencers learn how to inspire and encourage themselves. Those who are most effective at this are not depending on positive thinking, but they have clear reasons for this self-encouragement. In this message, Steve Backlund gives you seven reasons why you can be radically encouraged now.
Why are these powerful, life-giving words difficult to say? Whether it is a child speaking this to a sibling, a boss to an employee, or a husband to a wife, there is often a battle to speak them because of self-justification, excuse making, or victim mindsets. In this message, Steve Backlund shares from his own experience about the powerful benefits of taking ownership for our behaviors. He also identifies four likely healthy attributes of those who are willing to say, “I was wrong. I am sorry.”