Eugene Peterson reflects on the difference between reading and studying the Bible.
Alan Hirsch reminds us "all great ideas are viral." The idea that Jesus is Lord is the ultimate infection.
Os Guinness questions whether the Western church can break free from "Babylonian Captivity."
It doesn't take long to review the most basic guidelines for living. You could do it every day.
Mark Driscoll explains the importance of following Christ, not a religion.
Demonstrating how we cooperate with the Master Workman
Pastor Matt Chandler offers his best advice to up-and-coming young preachers.
Eugene Peterson sits down with Listen Up TV for an exclusive interview.
Linus Van Pelt explains what Christmas is all about.
What Bible passages do you use to base your claims about how we should preach?
A creed so simple, a child can understand it.
This poetic rap points to the true meaning of Christmas.
Tim Keller discusses what happens when "good things" are turned into "ultimate things."
Present Christmas on the right day, give your audience what they want, and give them a reason to come back.
Neil Greathouse encourages leaders to shape their Christmas services based on their unique audience.
Christine Caine encourages church leaders to get radical about the love of God.
John MacArthur asks whether your Christmas story points to God's redemptive plan.
Mark Driscoll refutes the teaching that Jesus went to hell after his death on the cross.
Comedians must weigh every word--what about you: Is your preaching/teaching filled with clarity or clutter?
A camel loses balance during a Christmas program rehearsal at First Baptist Church of West Palm Beach.