Entries by Michael Stewart

A Sad Day of Irony or A Sweet Day of Life?

For true Believers and true Christ followers – today is a very special day! Resurrection Day / Easter is a day that began a monumental change in the course of the world. Resurrection Sunday and the empty tomb proved to the early world that Jesus Christ of Nazereth was not merely a religious fanatic nor […]

What Makes A Person “Tick”?

Have you ever wondered why you think and act the way you do? Ever considered what makes a person “tick“? Each of us are are a blend of four personality traits, with one being dominate. Unfortunatley, most people never know their personality blend. More than 1,000 people have taken The Real You  Personality Profile developed by […]

“The Demands on Dads” – Fathers Day 2017

When it comes to the role of Father/Husband, the Scripture is clear. God placed the responsibility of being the spiritual leader on his shoulders. In this sermon, Michael uses Old and New Testament texts to teach fathers that their God-given roles have never changed.  

Workplace Conflict: Let’s Show It The Door

Michael Stewart, of RMStewart Consulting, has used every training/coaching event over the past year to discuss workplace conflict.  He says “Employers in all sectors of large and small businesses are beginning to notice the negative impact of workplace conflict.” Stewart notes that workplace conflict has become a topic of national concern. “The internet is full […]

Team Development Is Worth The Effort

RMStewart Consulting recently had the privilege of holding the first Leadership Team Development Workshop for The Beauregard Parish School Board’s Central Office Team. The Real You personality assessment tool was a major part of the event. Michael Stewart is convinced “that a better understanding of our personality (why we think and behave the way we do) […]

The Blessing of Peace

As Believer’s, we are not immune from problems, pain or bad circumstances in life. We have not been given a “get out of trouble free” card. Sometimes we get hurt by accident. Other times the hurt is intentional. And oddly enough, often the hurt is self-inflicted. No, we were “never promised a rose garden” as […]

Easter Foolishness – from The Shepherd’s Connection

According to Joe McKeever, there are a number of things a pastor should strongly consider not doing on Easter Sunday. In a recent post, he listed 12. I agree with Joe’s assessment and experience. I am guilty of violating several of the suggestions. While you may not agree with all 12,  you can appreciate Joe’s desire to […]

Stewardship Is MORE Than Money. Stewardship Is Discipleship!

Every pastor would like to experience increased offerings! After all, more money, means more Ministry and Missions!  One Big Problem. Most pastors are reticent to preach about money! Surveys in one bible-belt state revealed that 60% of the pastors in a large evangelical denomination had no strategic plan to increase offerings. Of the 40% of those pastors […]

Jesus is BEST – Part 2

In part 2 of this sermon, Michael reminds listeners that a personal relationship Jesus affords believers with incredible blessings and that those blessings should never be taken for granted!  Several of those blessings are mentioned in the tenth chapter of Hebrews.

Jesus is BEST – Part 1

The Bible, from start to finish, is about God’s love for mankind and His plan of redemption. The author of  Hebrews reminds Believers to stand fast in their confession of hope because Jesus is FAR better than any religion, experience or ritual from their past. In this sermon, Michael reminds listeners, that Jesus is the only way we can have […]