There is a tremendous influence exerted by the life of one individual. No matter who you are, you occupy a place of influence.
- October 29, 2012 |
How should Christians respond to this holiday?
- October 29, 2012 |
I was recently asked four compelling questions by Outreach magazine related to the future of the church. They were specific, and as a result, forced me to galvanize quite a bit of "wide" thinking into a concise format.
Why is the famed evangelist -- who has said he has learned hard lessons about being too political -- getting so involved in the 2012 elections?
Most of us have a desire to give. We want to help those in need. We just want to make sure that we aren’t burned in the process.
Is Christianity dying out in American? Ph.D researcher and practicing evangelical Christian Ed Stetzer says, "Not so fast."
Joe McKeever offers seven tips for pastors who want to do right in the matter of race relations.
Rather than assuming Halloween is a tainted holiday in which true believers should not participate or observe, let it be an occasion for outreach and discipling.
In addition to the fundamental understanding of giving, giving can also catalyze the birthing of new industries, ministries and missions.
Death is nothing to fear; in fact, we Christians can look forward to it with anticipation.
Tired of listening to the guy who can't stop talking in your small group? Dr. Roger shares his advice.
Recently I was asked to give a conference address on “Positive Leadership.” It got me thinking about how many different kinds of pastoral leadership I’d come across in my ministry.
Can it be true that we no longer read? Could this explain why many churches struggle to recruit leaders for various ministry needs?
Every teacher who is truly effective became a teacher because of the influence of a highly effective teacher. You can't say that about preachers. Preachers are called by God. But we can all be teachers. We should all be teachers.
Some pastors unwittingly eschew solid and timeless biblical terminology in favor of denuded jargon that can essentially mean anything or worse, nothing at all. The Bible says that church leaders are shepherds.
Dr. Roger tackles a readers question about praying for peace in Jerusalem.
You hear it all the time - science and religion can't coexist. Chris Daniel examines whether that's true. For more information about Chris Daniel, visit: www.richmondstudycenter.org. For more information about Christianity, visit: www.christianity.com
Christopher Yuan urges students to reach out with humility to those suffering from same-sex attraction.
Someone brought something to my attention recently. A young woman on our staff came across a talk, given by a pastor, on a church’s website. It was my talk.
- September 19, 2012 |