Whatever your opinion is regarding the use of profanity, it’s clear that profane words often distort the proper definition and intended use of a word.
Behind the scenes of every revival has been a prayer movement.
Four traits of churches that have moved from struggling to thriving.
Is there a fear of knowledge in evangelical Christianity?
The book of Revelation can be approached as a chronological story. Viewing it chronologically helps to make sense of the various parts of the book.
Some people come into your life as a blessing. Some come into your life as a lesson.
One thing we do well as Christians is complicate what God never intended to be overly complicated.
For some reason, making fun of people has become an increasingly accepted form of sin in American Christianity.
If you understand the gospel, you will enter into the burdens of others, even burdens brought on by their own sinfulness.
Fear…Anxiety…Worry. In the cursed world in which we live as fallen image bearers, this pattern can often be a part of the human experience.
Only God knows what is before us. We do not know what the future holds for us personally or for America; but we do know who holds our future.
Ministry is hard. It is mentally, emotionally and spiritually taxing. So when you are physically strong it enables you to face these challenges with a sharp mind and strong body.
“If it could be shown that you are wrong in your conviction (position on this issue, support of that candidate), could you change?”
It’s only as you put what you have in the hands of Jesus that it’s multiplied.
One inappropriate relationship more pastors should worry about is their job.
A look into the struggles and blessings of being a single missionary.
Are there people in your life that exhaust you? Probably. Here are 5 safeguards you can try to keep them from doing harm.
Everyone needs mercy because everyone has messed up. We’ve all hurt other people and made mistakes.
Big churches are great. But they’re very rare. And they’re not the only way to see the kingdom of God move forward.
"We must not measure greatness from the mansion down but from the manger up.”