Leaving the study of theology to the men is like saying no to a beautiful dinner prepared by a master chef, only allowing some of the guests to eat.
What should the church do when someone in leadership might be caught up in addiction or sin? Dr. Roger explains what church discipline looks like in these circumstances.
In Haiti, I needed boldness. My experience reminds me of Peter and John, who when brought before the council in Jerusalem, stunned the Pharisees and Sadducees because they spoke with boldness after being with Jesus.
Do you ever feel like you aren't where you want to be and you're not where you used to be, but you just can't seem to move away from where you are?
Christianity is an explanation of historical data, which is, in fact, one of the things that sets it apart from nearly every other religion.
The evangelical world has been abuzz about the latest soundbite of note from the Pastors Osteen — this time offered by Victoria Osteen as her husband Joel beamed in the background.
I’ve been very open (and often very loud) in sharing that the mission of Mecklenburg Community Church (Meck) is not about transfer growth. But there is one type of person we long for and who I, personally, pray for.
Does the Bible have anything to say about global warming and our responsibility to keep our planet clean? Dr. Roger weighs in.
We know things are wrong, but we don’t know what we can do about them. The problem of poverty seems too big to really make a difference.
What’s the best way to deal with insecurity in leadership? Here are 5 ways to deal with insecurity as a pastor or leader.
When those who struggle with sexual sin grab hold of the grace of God, it changes their lives. Let’s take a look at how.
Could Judas Iscariot have changed his path? Or was he always destined to betray Jesus? Dr. Roger tackles his challenging subject in this week's question.
As I interact and read some of the work of the evangelicals in my generation I'm noticing some tendencies. I notice them in my own leadership and in the leadership of others. Here are the three that concern me most:
I’ve been in pastoral ministry for over twenty-five years, and the most difficult experience I’ve had to help people through is the death of a child.
Does 2 Corinthians 5:10 imply that Christians will be punished in Heaven for their sins? Dr. Roger has an answer.
Yes, the end is near. Which means we should be sober, mature, and discerning.
True leadership success depends on something simple, yet profound: the kind of person you are.
How do we protect ourselves from the danger of celebrityism—on whatever level we might experience it? Here is a place to start.
No matter how good you design a church service to be, if the children's ministry is bad, people won't come back - unless they're folks without kids.