If the time you spend in worship each weekend at church seems like it’s missing something, you may not be worshiping the way God wants you to worship.
- October 02, 2013 |
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.
What simple changes could you make in your own life to have more money available to give to the Lord and His purposes?
Do you get jealous when the church across grows faster than yours? Do you secretly compete with others in your church for ministry opportunities?
Don't think you have ministry idols? Think again.
I hesitated at first, but reality told me we live in the video age. So now I tease my friend, "What movie are you preaching this Sunday?"
Far too many modern churches and families are caught off guard by young questioners in their midst.
These classic books are "new" because they are now back in print.
A recent study conducted by Duke University revealed: “Clergy More Likely to Suffer from Depression, Anxiety.”
I have heard many, including dyed-in-the-wool secularists, say that her performance at the 2013 MTV VMAs was "unbelievable” and "shocking."
With countless testimonies about both melody and lyrics touching lives, "Oceans" has hit a nerve within the global Church.
Dr. Roger shares his thoughts on the current turmoil in the Middle East and what the Bible has to say about Just War.
I admit it: I sometimes grow weary of hearing about all the challenges faced by pastors and pastors’ wives and pastors’ kids. Is a pastor’s vocation really so different from any other?
Say yes to all Jesus has for you. Say yes to being in over your head, not knowing answers, not feeling safe, and the blessings that follow.
On any given Sunday, abused women are sitting silently in churches across this country. They don’t know a moment’s peace.
Max Lucado's book, "You'll Get Through This" is written to those who, like Joseph, find themselves stuck in the pit of suffering.
Ever since the article, Why Millennials are leaving the Church, the internet has been flooded with responses about the state of the Church and “how” or “if” it should be fixed.
How do we reclaim the church mountain to fulfill its mandate to equip change agents?