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The Goal of God's Love May Not Be What You Think It Is

What Is The Goal of God's Love?

Toward a Definition of the Essence of Biblical Counseling

What Biblical Counseling Is

Tolerance, Truth Telling, Violence and Law

(Principles for How Christians Should Relate to Those of Other Faiths) Since September 11, 2001 the question how Christians and Muslims relate to each other...

How is God's Passion for His Own Glory Not Selfishness?

Is God a Glory-hound?

How Has God Made Much of Us?

(This article is excerpted from God Is the Gospel, pages 155-162)  The way God has made much of us is by creating us in his image...

The Gospel in 6 Minutes

What's the Gospel? What’s the gospel? I’ll put it in a sentence. The Gospel is the news that Jesus Christ, the Righteous One, died for our...

Four Random Questions I Wrestle With

I often reflect on my early years in ministry…and the questions I wrestled with then. As I look at my struggles my first five...

Six Months on the Road–and What I've Learned

Some twenty years ago, when I was between churches for a solid year, I briefly considered becoming a vocational itinerant preacher. In other words,...

I/We Should Break Up Because…

I/We Should Break Up Because…

Cohabitation Study

Remember that Bon Jovi song from the late 80s, "Living in Sin?" Well, I'm guessing half of you do. It's about "love" justifying living together as...

10 Signs Of A Secure Leader

#1 - Realizes he has nothing to prove! #2 - Works for the applause of heaven and not for the applause of men. #3 - Seeks...


I tweeted this yesterday… “Being filled with vision doesn’t always mean that God is inspiring us…but rather that He’s disturbing us!” AND…I can’t get that thought...

Why I Believe The Church’s Best Days Are Ahead…

The Church’s Best Days Are Ahead

Should Christians Say That Their Aim Is to Convert Others?

Should Christians Talk About Converting Others?

Latest News

District Under Fire for High School Baptisms

In the latest Tennessee high school football news, a school district is in trouble because two student athletes were baptized on school property after practice on August 7th. The Freedom From Religion Foundation has accused the district of violating the Constitution and has taken action against it.

New Podcasts

Tara Beth Leach: This Is How Your Preaching Can Thwart Consumerism

Tara Beth Leach believes it's all too easy for church to turn into, "Come, consume, and see the show." Tara Beth is an author, speaker and senior pastor, and this week on our podcast, she shares how pastors can counteract consumerism and help their members see themselves as the missional people of God.

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