David & Renée Lyons
We coach leaders and lead change among 400 Navigator leaders leading 5500 staff and many thousands of disciples in 115 countries
What does it take to live as authentic disciples in an increasingly hostile world? April 25-28 our team is gathering with about 130 of our ministry funding partners to wrestle with that question.
The Japanese have been shaken by physical, financial and generational earthquakes, but they have generally remained steadfast in resisting the Good News of Jesus and His kingdom.
One of my favorite names for God is Baal Perazim: The Master of Breakthrough (2 Samuel 5:20).
Paul loved the Philippians and was particularly thankful for how they faithfully and generously partnered with him in the funding of his work.
I’ve never seen Renee more motivated and energized in her life and work. She is a Certified Life Coach with clients scattered across multiple continents.
Paul invested a lot of his later years in cultivating spiritual shepherds, elders and overseers to sustain the movements of the Gospel that he had planted. He called overseeing “a noble work” (1 Timothy 3:1).