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Rick Warren’s Six Ways You Can Help Build Church Unity

Rick Warren shares six commitments Christians can make for growth and unity within the Church.

Vulnerable Single Parent Families Need the Church’s Protection

Children in single parent families statistically experience the highest rate of abuse and neglect. Can the church do anything about it?

  • Matt Haviland, Dawn Walker |
  • July 25, 2013 |
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Has God Called You? Discerning the Call to Preach

Consider your calling. Do you sense that God is calling you to ministry, whether as a pastor or as another servant of the Church? Do you burn with a compulsion to proclaim the Word, share the Gospel, and care for God’s flock? Has this call been confirmed and encouraged by those Christians who know you best?

Pastors Must Lead the Effort for Racial Reconciliation

The pursuit of racial reconciliation is difficult at best, but we have a hope that is greater.

The Secret to a Successful Pastoral Ministry

Though his instructions may not provide an eight-session video series, it is expert advice from God the Spirit through Paul.

  • Theologically Driven |
  • July 17, 2013 |
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The Rise of Neo-Enlightenment Theology

Is it just me, or is Evangelical Christianity falling into a theology that is based more on individual reason than revelation?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • July 11, 2013 |
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Islam: The Great Challenge to Christian Evangelism of Our Times

Islam and the West offer two very different and fundamentally irreconcilable visions of society. While we are certainly not a nation at war with Islam, we are a nation that faces a huge challenge from the Islamic world -- a challenge that includes terrorism, but also a much larger civilizational ambition that remains central.

How Does a Pastor Experience Encouragement when Tackling Sin?

We should embrace the moments in our ministries where we must tackle the issues of sin that plague our people. It is part of the burden in our joyful call to shepherd God’s people and it is inevitable to face.

Why Gay Marriage is Good (and Bad) for the Church

I am optimistic about the church of Jesus Christ. We’ve been through societal transformations before.

Good Old Days

Nostalgic sentiment loiters in the mental cobwebs of us all. But were “the good old days” really that good?

Ambassador and Preacher: The Pastor's Authority

Much is said about the deplorable state of preaching in our time. I am convinced that the root of the problem is theological.

Do You Think of Your Church as a Country Club?

A biblical understanding of church membership is a desperate need in today’s evangelical churches.

Sermons are Easy; the Hard Part is Having a Word From God.

The problem I have with preachers deciding to "preach through the Bible" is that it assumes any sermon you bring from any text is God's Word for your flock for that day.

Put Marriage in Your Church Constitution

It's time for every church to be crystal-clear on this issue. Adding marriage to your church constitution won’t solve all the problems, but it may save you from trouble down the road.

7 Questions for Discouraged Pastors to Ask Themselves

“The hope of glory (Rom 5:2) and the promise of a reward for our toil is the final catalyst for encouraging us as pastors.”

How Pastors Can Keep from Losing Heart, Part 3: Self-Denial

There is yet another reason which kept Paul from losing heart: self-denial. In other words, he had taken up his cross to die that others might live. There are several things in Paul’s attitude of self-denial which we must notice.

  • Founders Ministries Blog |
  • June 26, 2013 |
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Church Integrity and Compliance with the Law

Complying with the law is a fundamental principle for churches desiring to model integrity.

Should We Stop Saying, “The Church Hurt Me”?

I’m always grieved for the person experiencing the hurt. It’s never pretty to be dominated by pain. So here’s one pastor’s simple plea:

4 Questions to Check Your Church Culture

Sure, you can check the church’s doctrinal statement to find out what the people believe. You can see from the church calendar what programs run and how active people are in church activities. But the calendar and confession don’t necessarily tell you about the church’s culture.

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