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How Christianity Lost Its Cultural Influence (And Can Begin Rebuilding It)

The joy of God: that state of flourishing in mind, heart, and life that Christians experience by the Holy Spirit. It's what’s so missing from today’s culture.

Why Sunday School Stinks

I’m convinced that children grow up and leave the church in part because they’re not being confronted with their true condition- that they are desperately broken and in need of Savior.

Sundays are for Worship

*This setlist was formed by the worship team of Rancho Community Church but we don't own it. Copy away :)

Lotto and God: Can a Christian Buy a Lottery Ticket?

Is it a sin to purchase a lottery ticket? Dr. Roger tackles the subject of gambling.

How Do You Know When to Correct Another Christian?

Our words of correction can be very sweet—the very thing God uses to renew the faith of weary saints. But our words can be unhelpful and hurtful, too. We need wisdom to know when to correct and when to overlook.

Pastors’ Kids Don’t Want Superman; They Want a Loving, Present Father

Barnabas Piper gives a voice to PKs, helps pastors avoid some of the common pitfalls, and encourages churches to better understand the pressures on their pastor and his family.

Training Volunteers in Ministry

Volunteers are the catalyst to most churches and organizations. It's important to take the time to train them well.

How Do I Live with Someone Who Wants Me Dead?

This week, Dr. Roger tackles a sobering question: should a wife stay married to a husband who wants her dead?

The Vanishing Ecclesiology

Today, Christianity tends to be disqualified on the grounds that it argues that an unchanging and universal truth even exists. In other words, a particular faith used to be wrong on the basis of what one perceived to be truth; now a faith is wrong for claiming there is such a thing.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • July 09, 2014 |
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4 Ways to Overcome the Monday Morning “Preaching Hangover”

You may call it something different, but every pastor knows about it. It is the mental, emotional, and spiritual crash that takes place the next day (Monday) as a result of pouring your heart and soul out in the proclamation of God’s Word to God’s people the day before.

7 Questions about "Once Saved, Always Saved"

Once saved, always safe. To say otherwise, and to preach it, might be something akin to insulting the Holy Spirit.

Why Go to Church?

It’s here in the U.S., in the Western world more generally, where so much less is at stake that we offer up such pathetic reasons (at least I suspect God considers them pathetic) for not joining together with fellow believers on a regular, weekly basis. And almost all of the excuses are anthropocentric rather than Christocentric.

How Your Church Can Change the World

If you approach church as a place to passionately pursue Jesus and devote yourself to fulfilling His purposes, then you and your church can be a part of changing the world for the better. Here’s how...

Top 10 Fundraising Tips for Your Ministry

No matter what your ministry or endeavor, if you need to raise money to put a project in motion, these 10 tips will help you make your fundraiser more successful.

  • Crosswalk.com Staff |
  • July 02, 2014 |
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If a Christian Commits Suicide, Does He or She Still Go to Heaven?
If a Christian Commits Suicide, Does He or She Still Go to Heaven?

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What Happens to a Nation When Their Government Lies?

What are the consequences when politicians lie? Dr. Roger shares his thoughts on how governments can influence nations for good or for evil.

Does the Church Get a Failing Grade at Caring for the Poor?

Sometimes it seems like the church too often forgets those most in need. How can churches keep the focus where it should be?

How Do Professionals Perceive Youth Ministers?

Diplomatic and Tactful – How often do you think those two words are used to describe youth leaders?

10 Ways to Prevent Failure in Your Ministry

Burnout. Ineffectiveness. Moral flaws. Can you get past these issues to Prevent Ministry Failure?

How to Respond to Selfishness Within the Church

"Sometimes I feel as if I am the only caring one in our young adults group," laments a young church servant. Read more in “He Said-She Said.”

  • Cliff Young, Debbie Holloway |
  • June 24, 2014 |
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