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For Clergy, Losing Faith Can be an Occupational Hazard

Some church leaders are beginning to step out of the closet. Not regarding sexual sin, but an even greater issue, one about which pastoral search committees probably wouldn't even dream they need to ask: "Are you, Preacher, a believer?"

Defeat Defeatism by Preaching Good News

Leaders should share the good news about the church by noticing, naming and nurturing those whom God uses to produce good fruit.

Father's Day from Two Perspectives

Do we really need to honor fathers, or is this a slightly less commercially successful holiday?

Postmodernism: Friend or Foe?

Why Does God's Grace Not Amaze Us More?

Being amazed by God’s grace is a sign of spiritual vitality. It is a litmus test of how firm and real is our grasp of the gospel and how close is our walk with Jesus Christ. Yet not all Christians find it so amazing. Why?

  • Dr. Sinclair B. Ferguson |
  • June 14, 2010 |
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5 Lies That Lead to an Affair

No matter how sincere our faith or how pure our intentions, an affair can happen to any of us. None of us - including those in ministry - will ever reach a level of spiritual maturity where we can relax and trust our flesh.

Seeing Things as They Are: Calvin, the Epicureans & Today's Atheists

John Calvin’s response to the atheists of his day offers insight for modern Christians.

Preaching: Act of Spirituality or Arrogance?

The act of preaching is either a spiritual act or an arrogant act. There is nothing in between for anyone who stands in the pulpit.

  • William D. Lawrence, ThD |
  • June 08, 2010 |
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Singles in the Church: Faith with Work

If there's one thing to learn from today's economy, it's that we can't derive our identity from our job. Our identity rests in Christ alone, and he provides us the resources we need to work for him first. Your singlehood may even be a tool God can use to make your job its own ministry.

'Tethered' Preaching: John Calvin & the Entertaining Pastor

By personal calling and Scripture, I am tethered to the word of God, to the preaching of what the Bible says, and by extension to reality.

A Black Cat in a Dark Room — Are Theologians Really Saying Anything?

Far too many academic theologians take their paychecks and attend their academic meetings despite their unbelief. For them, theology is just one more discipline in the theory-laden world of the modern academy.

Memorial Day Remembrance

For more than two centuries, America has produced generation after generation of extraordinary young men like Ryan Adam Miller who have answered the call to defend freedom.

A Cure for Gospel Confusion

As Christians today keep struggling to fully grasp the gospel's incredible breadth and power--both for themselves and for the changing world around them--Tullian Tchividjian's book, "Surprised by Grace" carries a liberating message that forces us to come to grips with the shocking extent of God's compassion and mercy.

Of Pastors & Pyramids: Master Builders Required

Even Egypt's massively complex Great Pyramid is built upon a simple formula: Design x Substance + Energy + Time. It's the same equation used in evangelism.

How to Mobilize Your Church to Care for Creation

There's no better group of people to help solve the problem than Christians.

Do We Really Know Jesus? Adam Gopnik and the Gospels

Even the most secularized classes, those whom Friedrich Schleiermacher called the "cultured despisers of religion," cannot leave Jesus alone. Not even The New Yorker.

Largest Prison Chapel in U.S. Opens for Ministry

It has been a long and some times arduous journey, but a new Spiritual Life Center at the El Dorado Correctional Facility (EDCF) in Kansas finally held its dedication and open house May 4.

Ancient Words, New Light: How Studying Psalms Prepared a Pastor

"My friend's 3-month-old granddaughter died last night," said the caller. "They don't know what to do and don't have a church. Is there any chance you could visit them?" Even a weary pastor on his day off recognizes a holy moment. "I'll be right there," I said...

The Great Isaiah Scroll & the Original Bible: An Interview with Dr. Peter Flint

For over forty years, the Great Isaiah Scroll was under lock and key, deep underground in Jerusalem. Recently, for the 60th anniversary of the Dead Sea Scrolls discovery, the Israel Antiquities Authority displayed the scroll.

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