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How to Lead By the Book

Here's how you can become as successful at work as God intends, by leading according to biblical principles.

First Impressions: What Guests See When They Visit Your Church

Want visitors to your church to return? Check out your competency in these areas.

Answering Questions From the Educated Skeptic

Perhaps you’ve met him already: the guy who is too smart to be a Christian. Oh, sure, Christianity is fine if it gives you comfort, but if you knew better, you’d know that there’s really nothing to it...

What They Didn't Teach You In Seminary

We need seminary. But in fairness to a seminary education, there are certain things it will never be able to impart, even if it tries.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • July 02, 2012 |
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She Called My Husband a Pervert: He Called Him a Devil

How to handle overt and covert criticism.

Make Digital Disciples

How can we follow Christ’s call to make disciples through personal relationships when so much of how we communicate is in impersonal cyberspace?

12 Gospel Scriptures That Have Branded Me

Here are twelve Gospel texts that mean a great deal to me. They are part of my DNA, essential aspects of my faith.

Bad Religion

Editors at Preaching Today recently highlighted Ross Douthat’s synopsis of the core beliefs of America’s wave of “spiritual but not religious” teachers.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • June 25, 2012 |
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Evangelical Group Proposes Code of Ethics for Pastors

The National Association of Evangelicals is urging pastors to seek a common moral ground by uniting under a consistent code of ethics.

Killing the Jerk Gene in Leadership

There is a unwritten rule that leaders must be jerks in order to succeed. But Jesus showed us a different way.

The Explicit Gospel: A Response

Chandler’s (2012) book, The Explicit Gospel, lays an important theological foundation for ministry leaders – a description of the gospel that is explicit for those we lead

  • Dr. Stanley J. Ward |
  • June 19, 2012 |
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What if Starbucks Marketed Like a Church?
What if Starbucks Marketed Like a Church?

This is a comical yet unfortunately all-too-real experience for people that visit the church. This video should remind us how Christ treats people and how we should stop focusing on numbers, donations, and marketing, but rather bringing people to Jesus.

  • 'littlejoey' on GodTube.com |
  • June 19, 2012 |
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Bitter Pastor Forgives His Sister's Abuser

It’s obviously not a sin on your part when someone hurts you. But if you don’t handle the hurt properly, their sin becomes a catalyst for your own.

Communicate Christianity’s Most Revolutionary Ideas to Others

In this era when many people have neglected to learn what the Bible says and have pushed aside the truths of historic Christianity in society, too many people are unaware of how powerfully Christian ideas can change their lives and the world for the better.

Black and White and Red All Over: Why Racial Justice Is a Gospel Issue

I’m thrilled that God might be bringing a denomination formed to protect slavery to be led by a descendant of slaves. That’s just the kind of providential irony our God loves.

Will Evangelicalism Die or Revive: An Excerpt from My Almost for His Highest

Once there was a highway to heaven, full of born-again souls on a pilgrimage to their heavenly Zion. That highway is quickly being paved over with the veneer of casual Christianity. What is the cause of our sickness? Why is evangelicalism dying?

5 Reasons Pastors Should Say "I'm Sorry"

A well-time apology actually builds respect rather than tearing it down

Pastors, Do You Hear the Cry?

Less than 1% of all Christian Evangelical churches do anything specific for the single parent. And of those who do, many struggle to find ways to maintain a successful, healthy single parent ministry. Consequently, many single moms feel isolated from the local church.

Wake Up to the World's Needs

God calls all Christians to wake up to the reality of the suffering that so many people endure and take action to help them.

Pastors Should Be Sexy

God's model for sexual intimacy

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