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The Greatest Story

Easter is your day. Churches will be packed. Hundreds of thousands of people are coming to hear one thing. "My Redeemer lives."

Weeping With Those Who Weep

Despite the number of people affected by suicide, few churches have counseling or grief ministries specifically for survivors.

Our Bodies, Our Destiny: Jesus' Resurrection and Ours

How we treat the bodies of the dead says a lot about what we believe. But do our beliefs square with Scripture?

The Romans 12 Blueprint for Christ's Church

Think of Romans 12 as a template, a form (or pattern or framework) which may be laid over the entire 21 verses, and which depict a healthy church.

Bone Structure

One thing I told them then, and would tell them now, is to not overlook the chance to design your church's structure.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 18, 2013 |
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52 Sermons for Good Friday and Easter

Here are 52 sermons for Good Friday and Easter

What Evangelicals Can Learn From St. Patrick

And it has nothing to do with leprechauns.

Gospel Departures

So often when church leaders make moves from one ministry to another, they leave the way people vacate foreclosed homes.

Truth Behind Large Churches

It's easy to take shots at large churches.But I am convinced that any church of any size can be learned from, and that includes large churches.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 08, 2013 |
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How Did You Become a Preacher?

Looking for great preachers, it would appear, was never on God's shopping list.

The Christian Leader in the Digital Age

Our imperative to fulfill Christian leadership in the digital world is not technological. We should not use this technology simply because it is there. Our driving motivation must be a Gospel imperative.

Culture's New Vocabulary

Sometimes it is the redefinition of a word or phrase that is at the heart of our most important cultural transformations – and challenges.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 05, 2013 |
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Seeing Clearly

I do not know what tends to occupy your life. If you are like most people, including myself, it trends toward the trivial and mundane.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 01, 2013 |
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How Institutionalism Breeds Division

Christians have throughout the centuries—and most especially following the Protestant Reformation—arrived at very different understandings about a multitude of issues related to the teaching and practice of the Christian faith. Unfortunately, we tend to form enclaves around these doctrinal understandings, which are eventually institutionalized.

How the Preacher Got His Mojo Back

Nothing restores your “mojo” (momentum, enthusiasm, your heart for this work) like pulling aside periodically to renew your commitment to the Lord and to receive a reaffirmation from Him that you are where He put you, doing His work.

Albert Mohler on <i>The Conviction to Lead</i>
Albert Mohler on The Conviction to Lead

“Lack of conviction is the nullification of leadership,” writes Dr. Albert Mohler in his latest book, The Conviction to Lead: 25 Principles for Leadership that Matters. Dr. Mohler explains how his book bridges two different cultures within the evangelical church: one that likes to talk about leadership and another that likes to talk about theology. The convictional leader embraces both.

  • Christianity.com via GodTube.com |
  • February 22, 2013 |
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Using Pop Culture to Reach People

Mike Blackaby says we must be “colliders,” people who do not hide from pop culture, but rather engage the world through it as a believer in Christ.

How Much Should a Church Depend on One Pastor?

While I was in Zambia, I missed a very important funeral and a sudden open heart surgery of one of our elderly members. Because of this, my time in Zambia reminded me of the importance of my “motto” for pastoral ministry:

Sip Your Americano, Then Pick Up Your Sword

Ted and his wife were regular fixtures in my office at the time. He was a serious slave of sin. He’d turned to Christ a couple years before and seemed to truly despise his sin, but kept sliding back into it.

Jesus Doesn’t Want Your Risk - He Wants Your Life

If I don’t do crazy things for God, am I wasting my life? Am I not being crazy radical enough? I don’t think so. Here’s why: being a Christian is fundamentally radical, risky, and crazy.

  • Stephen Altrogge |
  • February 14, 2013 |
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