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Can Someone Place A Curse On Me For Bad Things To Happen?

Dr. Roger explains what the Bible says about curses, both from God and from others.

Albert Mohler on <i>The Conviction to Lead</i>
Albert Mohler on The Conviction to Lead

“Lack of conviction is the nullification of leadership,” writes Dr. Albert Mohler in his latest book, The Conviction to Lead: 25 Principles for Leadership that Matters. Dr. Mohler explains how his book bridges two different cultures within the evangelical church: one that likes to talk about leadership and another that likes to talk about theology. The convictional leader embraces both.

  • Christianity.com via GodTube.com |
  • February 27, 2013 |
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How the Preacher Got His Mojo Back

Nothing restores your “mojo” (momentum, enthusiasm, your heart for this work) like pulling aside periodically to renew your commitment to the Lord and to receive a reaffirmation from Him that you are where He put you, doing His work.

The Charitable Giving Deduction and Churches

What may come from the current debate about the charitable deduction? Only the Lord knows—literally.

7 Things We Regularly Get Wrong About Worship

Listen as the congregation files out of the sanctuary on Sunday, and you'll hear the common refrain: "I didn't get anything out of ___ [fill-in-the-blank] ___."

Your Pastor Isn't a Pundit

Only one job in the world requires expertise in, well, everything. We expect our pastor to be an expert on any pressing issue in our lives.

It's Not About You (2 Cor. 3:18)

We would never be guilty of making worship more about ourselves than God, would we?

The Bible Is Not about You

I hate to disappoint you, but the Bible is not about you. Specifically, it was not written to improve the quality of your daily existence (in the way you think).

Sip Your Americano, Then Pick Up Your Sword

Ted and his wife were regular fixtures in my office at the time. He was a serious slave of sin. He’d turned to Christ a couple years before and seemed to truly despise his sin, but kept sliding back into it.

The Glory of the Rainbow

"I set My bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between Me and the earth."

Identifying My Spiritual Gifts

Dr. Roger discusses what the Bible says about Spiritual Gifts and how can we identify our gifts.

  • Dr. Roger Barrier |
  • February 13, 2013 |
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Jesus Doesn’t Want Your Risk - He Wants Your Life

If I don’t do crazy things for God, am I wasting my life? Am I not being crazy radical enough? I don’t think so. Here’s why: being a Christian is fundamentally radical, risky, and crazy.

  • Stephen Altrogge |
  • February 13, 2013 |
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How Does a Pastor Provide Guidance for Those Testing Their Preaching Gifts?

As obvious as this sounds, it is amazing the amount of men in local churches desiring to be pastors and considering a call to preach, but are never given the opportunity to actually preach.

7 Words of Wisdom for Church Planters and Leaders

I was meeting with a potential church planter recently and some of the words of wisdom spoken to me over the years flooded my mind. Some of these were given to me by others. Some were learned firsthand by experience.

10 Reasons Why It Is More Blessed to Give than to Receive

The most unbelieved beatitude in the Bible is: “It is more blessed to give than receive” (Acts 20:35). The giver happier than the getter? Surely some mistake?

Not Sermons But Stories: Engaging in Culture the Right Way

We Christians do have a counter-cultural message to share with the world. But how we share that message matters. A lot.

Preaching as Worship

The Fiscal Cliff and Its Impact on Churches

Giving to churches is flat. No turnaround of the economy is in sight. Many church attendees are unemployed. That’s the bad news.

Dealing With Congregational Phobia

That is an occupational hazard for a preacher of the gospel and a fatal flaw in our makeup, this “wanting to please people.” God help us. The evidence then suggests that people-phobia has been with us from the beginning, afflicts even the strongest among us, and continues to be a threat to effective service for the Lord today.

The Worship of Giving

The early New Testament church shows us that generous living honors God and blesses others.

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