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10 Big Bad Things That Happen When a Minister Commits Adultery (and Two Little-Bitty Good Ones)

We keep getting surprised by our sin, but it can happen to any of us. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.

Developing Nobodies in a Celebrity Culture

All throughout Scripture runs a common theme: The leaders of tomorrow are nobodies today.

The Pastor’s Guide to Twitter: 10 Tweets to Impact Your Church

Twitter can be an effective tool for ministry. But how do you use it effectively?

What Small Churches Can Do

I want to encourage some of Christ's smaller churches who are struggling. Before I begin with the first post in this series, allow me to clarify what I mean by "small."

5 Ways Pastors Spiritually Benefit From Preaching Expository Sermons

Many pastors have written and spoken concerning the ways expository preaching benefits your congregation, but few talk about how it benefits the soul of you, the preacher.

Five Reasons People Aren’t Volunteering at Your Church

Do you need more preschool workers to serve children? Do you need more greeters to greet? Here are five reasons people might not be volunteering at your church.

Church: Be Fishers of Men

If we are to fulfill the Great Commission when it comes to single fathers, it will mean getting messy.

Strange Fire: John MacArthur Attacks Charismatics

At a recent conference, MacArthur claimed the success of the Charismatic movement comes from the "kingdom of darkness."

How to Avoid the Spiritual Dangers of Service

Doing good work is a noble cause. But even serving God can be spiritually dangerous if you go about in the wrong ways.

Falling on Deaf Ears? Why So Many Churches Hear So Little of the Bible

In many churches, there is almost no public reading of the Word of God. Worship is filled with music, but congregations seem uninterested in listening to the reading of the Bible.

Preaching Politics From the Pulpit

A growing number of religious leaders are taking aim at the rule banning political speech in churches.

Why do we rarely see church discipline initiated over sins like gossip or pride?
Why do we rarely see church discipline initiated over sins like gossip or pride?

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The Miracle of the Happening

Few things get our attention as much as speed. Because of that, we can often miss the miracle of the happening.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • October 14, 2013 |
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Five Reasons Why Pastors Should Write

Some say it's a distraction for pastors to write. I say it's a useful ministry tool

Seven Characteristics of an Effective Church Structure

One of the least talked about, but absolutely crucial areas to explore, is church structure. How are decisions made? How is leadership allowed to function?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • September 30, 2013 |
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Ten Steps to Prevent Ministry Burnout

Thinking about stepping away from a commitment you’ve made as you face a new ministry season? Before you do, keep reading.

  • Ava Pennington |
  • September 27, 2013 |
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Why Should Pastors Have Mentors?

Every pastor needs someone they can go to when they need counsel, when they are struggling, and when ministry gets discouraging and they need someone to remind them of God’s call upon their life.

Preach to Yourself

I am convinced that this is the personal discipline that is most necessary for our progress in the faith.

Competition in Ministry

Do you get jealous when the church across grows faster than yours? Do you secretly compete with others in your church for ministry opportunities?

  • Jennifer Maggio |
  • September 24, 2013 |
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Five Marks of Complacency

It’s clear to me that one of the most prevalent afflictions might be termed a church’s “culture of complacency.” Complacency has to do with self-satisfaction, a sense of contentment regarding the state of things.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • September 22, 2013 |
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