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Ten Reasons to Memorize Big Chunks of the Bible

You can memorize big chunks, even books, of the Bible. Unless you’re part of the very small percentage of us who suffer from a traumatic brain...

Haters Gonna Hate

If you are making an impact on people’s lives, you will . . . (not might) . . . attract haters. So if you don’t want any...

10 Factors that Determine the Size of Your Vision

I often see leaders with radically different size visions, despite having a lot in common. Pastors may have the the same gifting, the same...

3 Reactions to Church Decline

The American church is in trouble. (But don’t tell anybody.) That’s one way to “manage” the compounding news that the church as we know it...

Good News: You Can’t Do It

by Matthew Barrett It’s common practice among some Christians to say, “You must be born again,” in such a way that it is equivalent to...

Thanking God for the Prayers of My Friends

I’m in the middle of a week of church planting related travel that has me on both coasts. Because I was already in Portland,...

To Every Pastor Who Is Ready to Give Up

The article I wrote just a couple of days ago called From the Hear of One Pastor, I’m Sorry I Let You Downtouched a nerve....

Don’t Make This One Big Ministry Mistake

I believe that Jesus of Nazareth was the greatest Man who ever lived. Paul of Tarsus, Mary of Bethany, John (the apostle), Lazarus, and Peter...

What Children’s Ministry Can Teach Grown-Up Church

“I got more out of that children’s message than I did out of the rest of the service.”

Mindlessly Scrolling Through Life

Sometimes I just mindlessly scroll through Facebook. With the flip of a finger, people's lives spin by. There are amazing highs and incredibly deep...

7 Practical Ways I Overcome Anxiety

1. Rest Sounds simple right?! BUT, if you don't make time to rest and step away from the daily grind, it won't happen...ever. As leaders,...

Confessions of a Grown-Up Momma’s Boy

Mothers are mind-blowing people if you stop to look at them. In their body, they can carry, feed, protect, and eventually deliver a child —...

From the Heart of One Pastor, I’m Sorry I Let You Down

Pastors have an awesome calling. They’re my heroes. I serve them through the pastors.com community because I know what it’s like to be in the trenches...

My Feelings About When Christian Artists Say They Do Not Need the Church

Over the past five years or so it has become quite popular for Christian musicians and authors to make the claim that they do...

Leading in the Tough Times

A friend asked me what it’s like to be a new author, lead Christian Media Magazine, coach, consult, speak, write and lead during this season...

Why We Educate Our Girls

On April 14, 2014, the terrorist Islamist group called Boko Haram kidnapped over 270 girls, most between 16 and 18, from the Chibok Government...

What to Do When You’re Engulfed by Darkness

Light dawns in the darkness for the upright; he is gracious, merciful, and righteous. (PS 112.4) I know how it feels to be in the...

Jack Is Back: Why We Want More

Our heroes—fictional or nonfictional—inevitably end up shaping our picture of God. Consciously or not we will project what we admire or praise in others...

The Last Chapter of My Life

I think a lot about aging. Maybe it's because I'm 46 years old—heading quickly toward 50.  I don't think I've peaked yet in my effectiveness....

Sitting Through God School

In the beginning, when the Church-as-We-Know-It was invented, somebody asked, “How should we design this thing?” I imagine someone looked around and said, “Our job is to...
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