It's summer. Time for rest and vacation. Also time to rekindle your passion for ministry with the help of these books.
I have yet to hear from anyone who drinks how alcohol enhances anything or blesses anyone.
It sounds innocent enough, but this is secretly an insidious phrase.
Every married couple has exchanged vows which promise “til death do us part,” but for far too many marriages, their dreams of “forever” are crushed by divorce.
The seeds of lust can be planted in the mind of a child years before acting on them.
“We don’t need more words; we need accurate words.”
“I want you to imagine looking at your congregation right now. Only one out of five of the people you see has a biblical worldview.”
“I really believe that if one more program would save the day, the church would have already saved it.”
“We are way past sharing four spiritual laws on the beach. People don’t need the words. They need the works.”
“There’s an 85 percent divorce rate in military veterans. There are 20 plus suicides a day."
"We as the church are to be a tutor to the world to say ‘This is what love looks like across ethnic, social-economic, and gender barriers' as we go about our sacred vocations of bringing glory to Jesus."
A friendship with a fellow co-worker turned into a mutual attraction. I tried to pray it away. I tried ignoring it...