What is sin? Sin is a failure to love God and others and failing to treat people with the honor they deserve.
Francis Chan says Chapter 1 of Revelation is a severe warning for the American church. He calls it a "repent, or else" warning.
Mark Driscoll understands why people ask, "Why does God allow suffering?" But he called always attaching sin with suffering, “frustrating….You take someone who is burdened and you give them an additional burden.”
His way may not be your way, but there's plenty to learn about sermon preparation from this experienced leader.
Edison Mateo Van Eerden was born in Ecuador, where he was abandoned, and discarded with the trash. He was born with Down Syndrome. His moving story demonstrates the blessings that come from Down Syndrome adoption.
Former President Jimmy Carter identifies as an evangelical Christian, a fact he’s proud of. Growing up in a Baptist church in Plains, Georgia, Jimmy...
David Platt read from Amos 5:18-27 to begin his message at this year's Together for the Gospel conference. The problem God addresses in this...
A seminary graduate looks at the benefits and dangers of a seminary education in this discussion with Matt Chandler.
John Piper gives three ways to overcome bitterness that you can't shake.
Justice is the sign that you have been justified by faith.
Matt Chandler organizes his day to ensure he spends time with God because failing to do so “is a foolish punt of our rights as children of God."
We all make mistakes and need to ask forgiveness of those we offend. It’s part of life. Unfortunately, not many of us know how to apologize.
Lee Strobel spent two years analyzing the historical data surrounding Jesus’s death and resurrection and found history points to the resurrection being an actual historical event.
In order to experience God you need to read the Bible, pray, and meditate, to name just a few avenues. Or some might argue, we experience God by way of spiritual disciplines.
In the Shema in Deuteronomy 6:4-5, the word translated as "strength" in Hebrew is “me’od” and it’s found 300 times in Scripture. But here is the fascinating part---the word does not actually mean “strength.”
In a Russell Moore exclusive interview for ChurchLeaders, the president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission advises church leaders not to give in to the temptation of easily explaining away evil or where God was as a gunman killed innocent teenagers in Parkland, Florida.
Judah Smith's preaching is described as unique. He shares the questions all potential preachers should ask before getting in the pulpit.
Scott Todd, a former executive with Compassion International, believes the church can end worldwide poverty if it gets over its low expectations.
Important ways we can lead our people in their fight against lust.
Nick Vujicic says he is not an atheist because he has seen demons.