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There are 12 things a church pastor cannot do–even though pastors are, in my judgment, amazing people. They faithfully serve Sunday after Sunday, often with no desire for recognition or fame. In faith, they can do a lot…except for these 12 things.
Jarrid Wilson, pastor and author of Love Is Oxygen: How God Can Give You Life and Change Your World, died by suicide on Monday September 9, 2019. He died on World Suicide Prevention Day 2019.
Guess what? Kids will remember what they love about you. As parents, we tend to stress about things that actually don’t matter that much, but here are 7 important things in life that your kids will not forget!
A pastor’s heart often goes through heartache. I make no claim that pastors are perfect people. We can be arrogant and uncaring at times. But at the same time, most pastors I know are genuine, faithful followers of God who love their congregations.
No one intends to develop these habits that lead to divorce. In fact, every married couple has exchanged vows which promise “til death do us part,” but for far too many marriages, their dreams of “forever” are crushed by divorce.
Tim Keller has a group of “questions designed to wake up sleeping Christians.” These questions focus on three hallmarks of a growing relationship with God and are ones fake Christians won’t be able to answer.
Christian rapper TobyMac has issued a statement about his son, Truett Foster McKeehan, and his unexpected death earlier this week. TobyMac described his son as having an “untamable grand personality and dreams to match.”
Delegates for the United Methodist Church are meeting in St. Louis this week to vote on whether to allow same-sex weddings to occur in their churches and whether to allow “self-avowed practicing homosexuals” to fulfill clergy roles.
There are a couple words we might describe as “Christian swear words.” These two four-letter words are ones we Christians need to eliminate from our vocabularies. Why? Because they are unbiblical and atheistic.
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Church member, how much do you consider what not to say at your church? There are some statements that can prove harmful, even deadly, to a congregation.