"People kind of look at me as the black sheep. I don't necessarily live the lifestyle that goes along with skiing," says gold medalist David Wise.
Charlotte pastor Steven Furtick and his Elevation Church are making waves this week as more is revealed about Elevation’s odd fixation on their “Lead Pastor.”
It's not easy, but pastors are commissioned to do this one thing for their people
God is a builder, the master of arranging and connecting the pieces of our lives together. And this truth is clearly fleshed out in adoption.
"And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose."
Leaders who talk about the real world as opposed to the digital world are making a mistake, a category error.
The next time you're discouraged about your apparent inability to change the moral direction of our culture, remember Kelly Clark's story.
Vero has always been a little odd. He’s a smart kid who sees the world a little differently than his friends and family, and not just because he’s adopted.
I can’t help but think about what an impulsive shopper I am. It’s that momentary thrill of the impulse purchase, the destroyer of budgets.
The longer I am a believer in Christ the more I realize how desperately I not only need God’s saving grace, but also His all-sufficient empowering grace to walk with Him by faith.
Greatness – in the way it is generally understood - is not extolled in Scripture. Again and again, Jesus explained way of humility.
For singles, it can be easy to feel like Valentines chocolates on February 15. Discounted. Cut-rate. Less than full price.
If you think Paul wrote Hebrews, you’re in good company. One problem with this conclusion, however, is that what Paul says in Gal 1:11–12 seems to contradict what Paul says in Heb 2:3, presuming Paul wrote Heb 2:3.
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Allison Kavanagh is moving into a beautiful log house in the mountains. The house is wonderful; the reason Allison is moving there is not.
I did not do the best job I could as a parent. By God’s grace, I did a lot of good things. But I did quite a few bad things as well.
It is a tragic outcome of our meet-up, hook-up, shack-up culture that a woman who "doesn't" is at a competitive disadvantage with women who "do." Indeed, the prospect of being edged out of the romance market has quelled the qualms of many a woman who, in a prior time, could have successfully held out for a ceremony, a ring, or, at least, a verbal commitment.
If we aren’t careful, we can begin to believe lies about ourselves or our ministries. Here are 7 lies we often believe as pastors...