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I’m confident most church members never analyze why they feel the way they do about their pastors, either positively or negatively. But I always wanted to know.
Holman's update of the HCSB has some exciting improvements and changes.
Children look to their parents for guidance, support, and knowledge, especially when it comes to matters of faith. So naturally, adults should include scripture and Bi...
When you receive bad news what is your first response? Do you get angry? Do you get depressed?
Moving is tough. But it’s also exciting. Whether that place is across town or across the world, we would do well to consider these five guidelines when moving.
People respond to humility because it goes against everything they think you will do or say in an angry response.
In "The Lord of the Rings", J.R.R. Tolkien writes of a race of ancient tree shepherds called the Ents. In the midst of the war between good and evil engulfing Middle-e...
Matt Mitchell gives counsel as to how to cultivate a gossip-resistant church.
God tests and strengthens our faith by making us wait for an answer.
A weekly listing of hot cultural items from the Internet, music, television and movies.
If the goal of faith and ministry is complete spiritual maturity, there are some essential things we need to be doing and thinking about to make sure we're on track.
The suicide rate among 10- to 14-year-olds doubled between 2007 and 2014, surpassing the death rate in that age group from car crashes, according to the Centers for Di...
Our bodies were not designed to work forever. But this is not an excuse to let our working bodies fall into disrepair.
It’s an old phrase, but a telling one: Which hills are you prepared to die on? Meaning, which stands are you going to take no matter the cost? For what are you prepare...