Thanks to a performance by contestant Jeremy Rosado, viewers of “The Voice” this week heard about the “Reckless Love” of God.
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When husband and wife are mutually committed to being God’s people for each other, marriage soars.
Insanity is repeating the same behavior over and over again expecting a different result. It's sooo true. Unfortunately, simply hearing that saying hasn’t stopped me from continuing to live that way sometimes. We need help in how to stop being crazy.
If we let a church die and go out of business, then bring a new group into the building and start afresh with something different, that's not the way to revitalize anything. We have held a funeral and then birthed a new flock.
Within a local church, the lead pastor’s ministry is the most visible to the public. Antithetically, the pastor’s wife’s ministry is the least seen. She may be visible, but her ministry often is not.
Greg Laurie appears on the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share what it was like to grow up in the middle of the Jesus People Movement and his thoughts on whether we'll see another awakening like it.
Rick and Kay Warren join the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share practical insights for church leaders on how to sustain ministry during these chaotic, divided times.
Philip Yancey joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to talk about his new memoir, "Where the Light Fell," a story of suffering and God's mysterious grace.
"The reason it's so easy to overlook Jesus’ genius," says Erwin McManus, "is that his canvas is the human spirit.”
"Sometimes you leave because you love a people," says Beth Moore, "and sometimes it is an act of protest.”
“You name any issue on the table today in the church at large," says Beth Moore, "it's somewhere most likely reflected in [Galatians].”
“You can go through a desert," says Brian Tome, "and not lose your faith and still be used by God, even though you don't feel like you're being used by God.”