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The Real Sins of Sodom Might Surprise You

Maybe understanding Sodom and Gomorrah has less to do with finger-pointing and judgment and more to do with opening our eyes to our own penchant for materialism and greed, and our personal need for the grace of Christ.

Which Disciple Are You? Take This Short Quiz to Find Out

Which disciple are you? If you've been wondering which of Jesus' disciples you resemble most, take this short quiz to find out which one best matches your personality!

7 Gifts at the Top of Every Pastor’s Christmas Wish List

'Tis the season to bless your pastor! These pastor gift ideas are sure to please.

Video: The Amazing Story Behind the Song “O Holy Night”

Watch the video to learn more about the history of this song. And then check out the entire lyrics to this powerful song by Placide Cappeau.

27 Thanksgiving Quotes From Very Random But Awesome Authors

Here are 27 of the most random thanksgiving quotes you’ve ever seen from G.K Chesterton to Willie Nelson. But I like it that way.

10 Crazy Church Laws from the Past That Would Never Fly Today

Yep, these were actual crazy church laws that could've gotten you arrested or fined in the past! Hmm, what would happen if these laws were revived today?

The Nine Types of Christians You Meet on Facebook

There are all types of Christians, and if you spend enough time on Facebook, you'll start to notice some patterns. Here are the nine Christians you meet on Facebook! See anyone you recognize?

3 Powerful Lessons from a Ministry Affair That Almost Happened

A friendship with a fellow co-worker turned into a mutual attraction. I tried to pray it away. I tried ignoring it...

John Piper and Tim Keller Discuss: We Are Saved by Faith Alone, but What About Sanctification?

If God has done everything for us, our only response would be unconditional obedience.

Francis Chan: ‘I Love Mike Bickle’ and All My Other Charismatic Brothers and Sisters

Before Francis Chan spoke at the International House of Prayer’s OneThing Conference last year, he was asked, “Why would you go there? They are creepy.”

It’s a Miracle! God Heals This Pastor as He Preaches on Healing

A preacher is healed while he is speaking of God's ability and willingness to heal—in our modern age.

Nick Vujicic: Our Greatest Disabilities Are Not Physical

"I know how it feels to have a broken heart. I know how it feels to be alone."

Hillsong United Performs ‘Oceans’ on the Sea of Galilee, Where Jesus First ‘Called Peter Out on the Water’

Watch this emotional performance of "Oceans" right where Jesus first called Peter out on the waters.

Ecclesiastes: Life Can Be Confusing and Unpredictable, Yet We Should Still Fear God

The wisdom books of the Bible seek to answer the question “What does it mean to live well in this world?"

Jonathan and Melissa Helser’s ‘No Longer Slaves’ Invites You to Throw Off The Yoke of Fear

Bethel Music's new song "No Longer Slaves" invites us to be free from the bondage of fear.

Francis Chan on Birth Control, Drinking Alcohol and Judging Others

"Don’t tell me I need Jesus plus something else."

Elizabeth Smart Says Porn Added to the ‘Living Hell’ She Experienced in Captivity

Leaders, let's speak up about the problem of porn. We need to call attention to this area of darkness and shed the full light of the gospel on it.

Johns Hopkins Study: No Scientific Evidence That People Are Born Gay or Transgender

A new report concludes there is not enough evidence to support the claim that homosexuality or transgenderism are inborn traits rather than the result of environmental factors.

Billy Graham to America: Prepare for Persecution

"The immunity to persecution that Christians in our country have experienced in the past two or three centuries is unusual."

John Crist Just Said What We All Feel About Popular Christian Music

We can only guess what occurs behind the closed doors of the popular Christian music world, but John Crist has created a video that "exposes" some of the less-than-palatable goings on that could be happening.

As America Celebrates the Legacy of MLK, Evangelicals Remain Divided on...

In the half century since his assassination, Martin Luther King Jr. has become almost universally beloved. However, disagreement about how, and by whom, his name should be leveraged in our own time has become a contentious debate. 

Kyle Idleman: Why We Must Do Ministry One Person at a...

Kyle Idleman joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share what he has learned from Jesus about pastoring one person at a time, even at one of the largest churches in the U.S.

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