The film, “Redeeming Love,” based on the Christian novel of the same name, released today in theaters. Author Francine Rivers says her story demonstrates “the pursuing love that God shows to His people,” but Christian author Phylicia Masonheimer believes it could be "enormous stumbling block" for some.
Latest For Pastors
How can pastors know if they've wrapped their identity around their church, ministry, or preaching rather than around Christ? Consider these 10 questions.
This video explains us in understanding Proverbs how the writers of Proverbs saw wisdom, which is different from how we typically think of it.
Insecurity can be disguised, but it can't be hidden.
Most people who are quitting are low-wage workers getting better jobs in industries that are raising wages to get desperately needed new employees. So that part, as Thompson writes, is more accurately a Big Switch than a Big Quit.
Jackie Hill Perry joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share why the holiness of God is far more beautiful than we often think it is.
Kyle Idleman joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share what he has learned from Jesus about pastoring one person at a time, even at one of the largest churches in the U.S.
Sam Rainer joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share highly practical advice for how ministry leaders can go about revitalizing their congregations.
Beth Moore continues her conversation with the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast and shares what led her to leave the Southern Baptist Convention.
Beth Moore joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share how Galatians speaks to just about "any issue on the table today" that American Christians are facing.
Jimmy Dodd and Renaut van der Riet join the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share why accountability is not enough to prevent pastors from experiencing moral failure—and what will actually help.
Dr. Kara Powell and Brad Griffin join the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share how the church can avoid answering questions teens are not asking—and engage with the ones they are.