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Resurrecting a Fading Church

This Easter hundreds of thousands of churches across the land will put on their best face. But trends indicate fewer will hear the Resurrection...
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The Greatest Prayer in the World (Maundy Thursday)

It is Thursday, the night before Jesus’s crucifixion). Now Jesus and the eleven have gone to the Garden of Gethsemane (John 18:1). Here Jesus prays...

When You Feel Helpless

The other day I stood in line at my local coffee house. I was in a curious mood and just watched the four or five people...

The ONE Way to Improve Your Teaching and Writing

Sometimes referred to as the “Prince of Preachers,” Charles Spurgeon was famed for preaching at his church in London to crowds of more than six thousand...

The Incessant Whisper

I think most of us begin our Christian journey with this simple truth. I’m broken. I need Jesus. The end. However as we launch out on...

Don’t Let Hurt Park In Your Life

I’ve noticed lately that so much of my relational energy seems to go toward relationships that have gone wrong.  People that have offended me...

Preacher, Be Gentle

Mark Driscoll, a pastor of a large church in Seattle shared recently that his "angry young prophet days are over," and he wants to...

The Most Misinterpreted Verse in The Bible Uncoded

We’re so grateful for the insight and wisdom of Dr . Craig L. Blomberg during the #LentChallenge. He's been answering YOUR questions over the last several weeks and this...

Why Leaders Must Shake Up Their Spiritual Bearings

When was the last time you had your spiritual bearings shaken up in your leadership? Whether you’re aware of it or not, every leader is guided...

The ONE Thing God is Asking Of You Today

Even after years of following Jesus, I’m still slack-jawed by what God will use to speak to His people. I found this to be particularly...

Ruthless Trust

Some of you thought when you became a Christian that you would gain all the answers to life’s difficulties. Here is a reality check...

Think You Know What it Means to Turn the Tables? Think Again.

Sometimes people just don’t get it. They don’t get you. They don’t have a clue what it’s like to be you. They’ve misjudged you. They...

The Goal of Becoming the Smallest Church in Your City

by Abe Huber, www.igrejadapaz.com.br Numerically speaking, our congregation was already the largest local church of our city in 1999. At that time I started having a...

Jesus As Theological Educator

Jesus chose not to found a school (even though schools existed in the ancient world) or to establish a structured curriculum leading to a...

The Worst Response When Life Doesn’t Turn Out Like You Thought

He’s easy to pass by. That forerunner of Christ tends to make brief, odd appearances. John the Baptist wore the kind of clothes Goodwill would reject for...

7 Things No One Told You About Luke

I have a confession. Don’t tell John. I think Luke is my newest gospel crush. Maybe it’s because Luke’s a doctor who understands the needs of the...

5 Lessons I Learned from Church Planting

Revolution Church turned 5 years old recently and it got me thinking about the last 5 years, all that God has done, his faithfulness and all that...

The Secret Formula to Find Fulfillment Today

Fulfill is the characteristic verb in Matthew’s Gospel. All this took place to fulfill what the Lord had said through the prophet: “The virgin will conceive and give...

You’ll Reap What You Sow

Most of you know I’m a gardening nut. I love planting stuff and after this long winter, spring can’t get here soon enough. I’m...

The Academy Awards: Who Really Won?

Watching the Oscars is a yearly tradition in my house—something we look forward to as the cold winter months roll through. Leif and I have high...
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