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Three Pitfalls for Young Evangelical Leaders

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:

Experiencing God’s Grace — Even at the Death of a Child

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.

Will God Punish Us in Heaven for Our Sins?

Does 2 Corinthians 5:10 imply that Christians will be punished in Heaven for their sins? Dr. Roger has an answer.

  • Dr. Roger Barrier |
  • August 27, 2014 |
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Three Reasons Why Christians Should Keep Their Cool

Yes, the end is near. Which means we should be sober, mature, and discerning.

8 Ways to Develop Character Traits of an Effective Leader

True leadership success depends on something simple, yet profound: the kind of person you are.

Dethroning Celebrity Pastors

How do we protect ourselves from the danger of celebrityism—on whatever level we might experience it? Here is a place to start.

The Decisive Nature of Children's Ministry

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.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • August 20, 2014 |
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Mark Driscoll and Mars Hill Church

Let’s allow this tragic situation to cause us to look with fresh eyes at the biblical qualifications for a man who would be a leader within the church. That would be the healthiest outcome for a movement that prides itself on health.

4 Ways Pastors can Proclaim Christ to the World

We are role models, whether we intend to be or not. So what example are we providing those in our ministries?

Why You Should Tithe To Your Local Church

What you are missing if you are not consistent in your giving

Preaching as Worship

How Can We Best Help People Who Struggle with Depression?
How Can We Best Help People Who Struggle with Depression?

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Bad News for Pastors Who are Loners

I can show you several preachers who cannot count on the fingers of one hand the number of true friends they have. They are loners, and, if I’m any judge, they have chosen to be that way. They will live to regret it a hundred times in a thousand ways.

10 Indications a Church is Making Disciples

It is true that you can’t necessarily put a number or percentage on discipleship growth, but you can tell—over time—if it has happened or is happening. Here are 10 indications a church is making disciples.

‘Rock Star’ Pastors Lose Their Luster

One of the problems with celebrity pastors is that it’s very difficult to draw a line between advancing the gospel and advancing the preacher.

What Does the Bible Say about Vegetarianism?

What does the Bible say about the vegan or vegetarian lifestyle? Should Christians eat meat?

  • Dr. Roger Barrier |
  • August 06, 2014 |
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Fighting in Silence: Pastors and Depression

Many Christians suffer with anxiety and depression, even pastors, and they often do so in silence.

Why You Should Join the Fight to End Slavery
Why You Should Join the Fight to End Slavery

Christine Caine of the A21 Campaign and author of Undaunted tells Crosswalk.com about how she took the humble first steps towards an impossible goal: to abolish slavery and human trafficking in the 21st century. www.christinecaine.com www.crosswalk.com

7 Examples of Lazy Leadership Practices

Laziness is a sin. The fact is, however, that many of us have some lazy tendencies when it comes to leadership. I do at times. This is as much an inward reflecting post as an outward teaching.

Devotion And Preaching

What would worship be like if your congregation had prepared for the sermon?

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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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