Life for the Christian who is captive to this earth, and captive to the church, is going to be a series of no's again and again.
So you’re busy. Welcome to the club. For too many of us, busy now means working seven days a week. One leader approached me a while...
Here are three ways successors should treat their predecessors.
Preach the Bible instead of Calvinism because the Bible’s words are God-breathed, not our theological formulations.
When we hear people talking about the Holy Spirit, it’s not uncommon to hear people talking about the Holy Spirit in terms of an evangelical version of Casper the Friendly Ghost.
How do you know if you're a practitioner of humble leadership? These 12 indicators will give you an idea.
We cannot be followers of Jesus and unfollowers of his own Scriptures. Therefore, it’s no different for us than for those earliest believers: When we want to know more about Jesus, we need to look for Jesus in the Old Testament.
We can’t truly appreciate the New Testament without an understanding of the Old Testament.
How God sees us is not the way we often see ourselves. Do you know what God thinks about you?
May these 10 popular psalms increase your joy and make your soul overflow with love for our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Easter is a time when we remember what Jesus has done for us through His death and resurrection. But sometimes our best efforts to remind people of the beauty of this story...go terribly awry. Here are some hilarious bloopers that happened right in the middle of these Easter services!
Like a ringmaster at a circus, imagine a pastor barking out a bunch of craziness like…
Without a resolute commitment of 1) Time, 2) Attention and 3) Community, our efforts to learn to pray in life-transforming ways will always fall short.
Although mindfulness is no panacea, neuro-scientific research continues to uncover many practical benefits of it. Here are the top 10 benefits of Christian mindfulness, or "holy noticing."
Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. — 1 Corinthians 13:7 Love is fulfillment by way of emptiness. It would not...
Let’s pray for our leaders. Leaders, the risk of isolation is vastly greater than the risk of isolation.
“How in the world do each of these talks end up consistently blowing me away?”
Over these past months, I have needed to discern the will of God pertaining to my life and calling to the ministry. After decades of following God, I've learned a few tips about discerning God's will.
The American church has got talent, but what we really need are more Priscillas and Aquilas.
How do we establish honesty with each other that builds the relationship rather than pushing it down or blowing it up?