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The Wisdom of Zig Ziglar

I was saddened yesterday to learn of the death of Zig Ziglar, a bestselling author and motivational speaker. He was 86. Zig inspired us and lifted our spirits by lifting up the name of Jesus. He reminded us to believe in ourselves only because Christ first believed in us.

How to Do Balanced, Gospel-Centered Ministry Locally
How to Do Balanced, Gospel-Centered Ministry Locally

In this interview with Editor, Alex Crain, Dr. Timothy Keller discusses his book, Center Church: Doing Balanced, Gospel-Centered Ministry in Your City (Zondervan, 2012). Dr. Keller is a pastor, popular author and conference speaker. He serves as pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, and is co-founder of The Gospel Coalition.

24 Mistakes of Misplaced Missional Energy

Who wants to major on the minors? Actually, I know. Most leaders do. It’s the same kind of person who analyzes any number of other people, places or things for mistakes.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • November 26, 2012 |
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Ministry: Spiritually Hazardous to Your Soul

Many leaders have fallen into adultery. Why is this happening so frequently?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • November 25, 2012 |
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3 Ways to Define the Gospel

People hear the question "What is the Gospel?" in different ways. Here are three ways people typically define "the gospel."

Moralism Vs. Jesus-Centered Preaching

To read and preach the Bible as if it were fundamentally about us and what we should do is to miss the point of the Bible entirely.

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • November 25, 2012 |
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If it Can Happen to General Petraeus, it Can Happen to You

We all agree that adultery is wrong. The problem is once you get caught in its grip, you find yourself so drunk with its intoxication, you start humming the Debbie Boone hit, "This can’t be wrong, it feels so right."

The Conviction to Lead

The last three decades have seen the emergence of a renaissance in leadership, and the deep hunger for leaders has never been more evident than now. Like me, you want to grow as a leader and to be ready for all the leadership opportunities that you may be called to accept.

Simultaneously Righteous and a Sinner?

Is “sinner” is an appropriate term to describe Christian identity?

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • November 13, 2012 |
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How to be a Global Witness in Your Own Neighborhood

Your efforts to share the Gospel with immigrants can benefit many more people than just the immigrants you reach personally.

Aftermath: Lessons From the 2012 Election

Several lessons emerge in the immediate aftermath of the election and Christians should consider them carefully.

5 Responses to President Obama's Reelection

Okay, so the election is over. Now what?

Christians and Voting: A Crucial National Decision

When we go to the polls on Tuesday, we must do our best to choose the candidates who will best fulfill biblical commands for leadership: men and women of good character who are committed to preserving order and promoting justice for all.

Looking for an Undecided Voter? Check the Pulpit

A whopping 22 percent of Protestant pastors haven't settled on a presidential candidate, according to a survey released earlier this month by LifeWay Research. By comparison, just 4 percent of all likely voters remain undecided, according to Gallup.

5 Things Christian Leaders Can Learn from the Presidential Debate

Thankfully the election season is almost over, but let's not miss some key lessons for leaders.

God in Three Persons: A Doctrine We Barely Understand

Do all Christians believe the doctrine of the Trinity? If one does not believe in the Trinity—that is, if a person has come to a settled conclusion that the doctrine of the Trinity is not true—does it make him a heretic?

Martin Luther's 95 Theses

Study the ideas that started a Reformation.

When Halloween Falls on a Church Night

What do you do when a major cultural event that does not represent your values threatens to hijack your activities?

Is the Bible 'Enough' for Church Growth?

I'm not suggesting that we don't need to organize for Bible study and outreach. But do we really agree with the Apostle Paul that it is "God who gives the growth"?

  • Kenneth S. Hemphill |
  • October 30, 2012 |
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The 10 Stupidest Leadership Mistakes I've Made

I've made several stupid mistakes in church leadership. Fortunately, the list of ones I've made is shorter than it would have been had I not learned from the mistakes of others.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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