Daily Readings From Live Love Lead: 90 Days to Living, Loving, Leading
Hillsong senior pastor Brian Houston presents a 90-day devotional that will help readers to live fully, love completely, and lead boldly. Each daily experience includes a Bible verse for meditating on, a key truth, an uplifting thought for the day,...
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Hillsong senior pastor Brian Houston presents a 90-day devotional that will help readers to live fully, love completely, and lead boldly. Each daily experience includes a Bible verse for meditating on, a key truth, an uplifting thought for the day, journaling space, and a simple prayer.
Learn to live fully, love completely, and lead boldly. Brian Houston shares his transformative approach to the Christian life with practical tools and inspiring teaching that will help you identify your unique gifts and reenergize your faith, no matter where you are in your relationship with God. Each daily experience includes: * Today's Scripture: A Scripture to meditate on to recalibrate your mind and receive God's restoration. * Today's Excerpt: A key truth about living, loving, and leading that will enable you to follow the greatest Guide ever to walk the path of life-Jesus. * Today's Thought: An uplifting, liberating, and meaningful thought to start the day with God. * Today's Reflection: A place to journal your thoughts and reflections. * Today's Prayer: A simple but powerful prayer to help you express your heart to God.
Many Pastors and ministry leaders regard Pastor Brian Houston as one of the most well-loved and influential church statesman in the world.
He is a pioneer, along with his wife, Bobbie, they are the Senior Pastors of Hillsong Church; a local church with 17 global campuses and over 100,000 people in weekly attendance. Known for it's healthy approach to Church life, Mission, Innovation, College and Praise and Worship, Hillsong's Conferences are attended by tens of thousands of pastors and leaders from around the globe every year. Hillsong Conference and Colour Women's Conferences are held in some of Sydney and London's largest arenas and stadiums, with a focus on championing the cause of the local church.
Pastor Brian's bold and innovative leadership style has opened doors for many others to be serving God in highly effective ways; resulting in many great young men and women making significant contributions to both church and society in various walks of life in Australia and across the world.
His teaching resources and podcasts are in high demand - connecting people to Biblical truths, with a unique ability to apply them to everyday issues of life. Pastor Brian's warm and yet confronting style has gained a worldwide audience of over 10 million through Hillsong Television, one of Hillsong Church's primary mission endeavours. Hillsong Television can be watched from nearly every nation, through traditional TV platforms and digital Internet technology.
Today, Hillsong Church is described as "One House, with many rooms." Currently, it comprises of multiple campuses in Australia, plus more than a dozen extension services and a citywide network of connect groups. Hillsong's global congregations continue to add life and depth to this local church, with campuses in influential cities such as London, Cape Town, Kiev, Moscow, Paris, Stockholm, Germany, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Barcelona, New York City, Los Angeles, California and soon to be introduced to the Latin world with Hillsong Buenos Aires and Hillsong San Paulo launching in early 2016. Each Hillsong Church plant is passionate about the local communities in which they operate and place a strong emphasis on social justice and helping people both within their own city and abroad.
Brian grew up in New Zealand to parents who were Salvation Army officers and always felt called to be a part of the local church. Today, after more than 30 years of marriage, and after pastoring Hillsong Church for 28 years, Brian and Bobbie have three adult children, six grandchildren and MANY spiritual sons and daughters who often affectionately call him "The Big Eagle." (Who knows why!?)