Does Jesus make ever you laugh? Consider the joy of Jesus in this article.
Pastor Discusses Complegalitarian
Here are a few Bible-related questions to ponder: What is significant about the year Methuselah died? (And why does it matter?) What was the wine worth...
Take A Spiritual Check-up
Wayne Cordeiro suggests leaders depend on the Divine Mentor and not the church to "feed" them.
Me? Teach you about prayer? Hmmm. That’s a challenge. It’s a bit like preaching a sermon on humility; it’s a topic fraught with the...
If men are going to effectively fight on their knees, they will need pastors who take spiritual warfare and strategic prayer personally and seriously.
Pastor Re-thinks Emergent Movement
My 24-year old daughter recently participated in a wedding that many merely dream about: the Ritz-Carlton, beautifully manicured acreage, surrounding waterscapes, celebrative music filling...
For some Christian leaders, an hour-long service can be viewed as too short, if not restrictive. For the people we are trying to reach, however, an hour may seem long, if not excessive.
The Church’s Best Days Are Ahead
Aubrey Malphurs challenges the assumption that the pastor must do visitations and pastoral care as a primary responsibility.
Saddleback's Kenny Luck laments the loss of another church leader to Satan's influence.
Veteran pastor-to-pastors Joe McKeever tells a story of hard-won love that will touch a chord with pastors.
Should Christians Talk About Converting Others?
Conducting a Good Job Review
Leadership consultant Aubrey Malphurs explores why churches sometimes have trouble developing leaders and offers solutions.