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Leaders: Find the Devil in Pew Number Seven

Deacons and other mature leaders of the church have a responsibility probably not spelled out in their bylaws, but as necessary as any given them in scripture or by the membership: Be on a constant lookout for trouble and troublemakers within the congregation.

Simple Ways to Help Hurting Families this Christmas

Is someone in your congregation experiencing a difficult Christmas? You can offer comfort and encouragement this season by reaching out with these sweet remembrances.

Churchill's 5 Leadership Lessons for Pastors

Pastors can identify with the ups and downs of Churchill's career. His triumphs and tragedies can even teach us a thing or two about leadership.

Closed for Christmas

Many churches, finding that Christmas falls on a Sunday this year, are choosing to scale back their services or even cancel them in light of the holiday.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • December 15, 2011 |
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Pastors and Pain

Pastors are no strangers to pain, but... is it possible to turn that pain into gold?

Soft, Effeminate Christianity

Effeminate Christianity comes about when Christians are too afraid to fight for what is right and to protest against what is wrong.

Ministering to the Ministers

Most of us love our pastors and want the best for them. Find out how to bring your pastor daily encouragement.

The Hardest Sermon You'll Ever Preach (or hear)

“Trust God” or "He's in a better place" can ring hollow in the ears of a person whose entire life has just ground to a halt.

  • Expository Thoughts |
  • December 08, 2011 |
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Pastoring the People You Have

We are tempted to put all of our time and energy into the people who don't yet fill our pews. Why this is wrong.

Online Giving: Is Your Church One of the 86 Percent?

There are some classic reasons why churches say they don’t allow online giving...

From War to Joy on Christmas

Why the overheated complaining about the "War on Christmas" misses the mark

What Not to Say to Those Who are Suffering

We have some odd ways of cheering each other up. It sure would be nice to improve our record of encouragement in the midst of pain.

My Pastor Hubby and His Bullet-Proof Vest

A pastor faces death threats and learns of God's protection.

Driving Force

“What gets you up in the morning, and powers you through the day?”

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • December 01, 2011 |
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Send Your Church Out on a Mission

The church's work is meant to go far beyond the walls of a sanctuary. Here are some suggestions on taking it there.

Let the Spirit Lead Your Church

The Holy Spirit has a particular purpose for your congregation. Learn more about The Ministry of the Missional Church.

The Church's Immune System

The church needs Christians who can protect her from the constant false gospels that rise up against her.

Communion Over the Internet?

The pastors at Meck have recently been wrestling with what, exactly, we are able to do online – and more importantly, should we do all that we’re able?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • November 23, 2011 |
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'Virtual Church' — Really?

It's now possible to create an entirely virtual church by using the Internet and social media outlets. Is it just new, or nefarious?

Did the OT Prophets Know What They Were Saying?

Is it possible that the OT prophets did not understand the meaning of what they wrote?

  • Expository Thoughts |
  • November 18, 2011 |
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