There are countless reasons for dropping the occasional story into your sermon. Here are my top three.
- July 31, 2013 |
The God who promised we won’t lose our reward for giving a cup of cold water to a disciple won’t fail to bless us when we bless others.
- July 31, 2013 |
Though all Christians are called to serve the cause of Christ, God calls certain persons to serve the Church as pastors and other ministers. Wondering if you're one of them?
The pursuit of racial reconciliation is difficult at best, but we have a hope that is greater.
Only about 5 percent of adult church members tithe, according to a study by The Barna Group.
The more contact I've had with those divorced and divorcing, the more my heart aches. Too many situations don't fit the "rules."
Though his instructions may not provide an eight-session video series, it is expert advice from God the Spirit through Paul.
Don’t allow the Internet to become your congregation. YouTube is a horrible place to go to church.
Dear Roger, My husband and I would like to be cremated after our deaths. Is there scripture regarding our decision?
Nostalgic sentiment loiters in the mental cobwebs of us all. But were “the good old days” really that good?
Much is said about the deplorable state of preaching in our time. I am convinced that the root of the problem is theological.
Summer camp instills Christian life lessons into young people, but years later, it's counselors who often have the most to reflect upon.
A biblical understanding of church membership is a desperate need in today’s evangelical churches.
I am optimistic about the church of Jesus Christ. We’ve been through societal transformations before.
Dr. Roger answers a reader's question about whether ghosts are real.
Like many followers of Christ, I am often overwhelmed at the sin in my life and how little of Christ is actually formed in me.
I’m always grieved for the person experiencing the hurt. It’s never pretty to be dominated by pain. So here’s one pastor’s simple plea:
The fact that Psalms doesn’t include a soundtrack or notation clues us in to what God values most in our worship songs.
A reader asks: Is committing an adultery an unforgivable sin? Dr. Roger examines some of the consequences of adultery and the steps you can take towards restoration.
Paul found a way to keep from losing heart in his ministry, even though his trials in the world and the church likely were great.
- June 19, 2013 |