Sometimes the way back is so simple that it almost feels complicated.
It may sound like word play, but it's not.
We all know that "the waiting season" can be a frustrating season, especially when you feel as though your life has been put on stand by.
Sometime I cringe when I listen to Christians talk (myself included). Here are a couple phrases it wouldn’t hurt to hear less.
These phrases, commonly used in repentance, are red flags that the remorse being expressed will not lead to healthy relational restoration.
Any pastor genuinely called to the ministry knows he needs prayer; earnest, passionate and effective prayer.
"If you use the language of 'struggling,' you should actually be struggling."
Many people love to talk about Jesus, but don't actually read the Bible.
I have a hard time recalling how we got along before these little rectangles of glass, metal and plastic lodged themselves firmly into our everyday lives.
You might live with conviction and regret for not dealing with the issues in an appropriate way.
So many American Christians, evangelicals in particular, are paralyzed by fear.
“I went to a Christian bookstore for the first time in years. I did okay for a little while, but suddenly felt overwhelmed and broken and had to rush out the door to catch my breath."
They motivate you to ask God for fruitful results.
On October 31st, something greater than Halloween should be recognized—especially by the Protestant church.
The good things of revival come only after times of tears and repentance.
The question is not whether God is speaking but if we are listening.
There are three principles that guide us how to live by faith when life makes no sense at all.
We’ve assumed that attendance in our church results in their having biblical theology.
Many people—even Christians—offer reasons to divorce that are not sanctioned by God.
Jesus says that divine life flows from Scripture, and those who speak with authority and transform the world have at the core of their message, "Thus says the Lord."