One of the greatest unmet ministry needs in our country today is that of widows. Not the traditional widow, but single moms.
"I wish someone had told me just to be myself. I am a people-pleaser, so being a pastor's wife was a burden early in our ministry."
Recently, I’ve spoken with a dozen or so church planters, or those wrestling the call, several each week, and the same issues come up every time. I want to share some thoughts based on my personal experiences planting two churches.
In his engaging book Suburbianity, pastor Byron Yawn asks American Christians to get truly radical about embracing God’s call to an ordinary life where our nice, affluent, next-door neighbors need Christ as much as anyone living in the third-world.
Got your attention with the title, didn’t I? At least, the attention of a number of you who consider it a hot topic.
Fathers who walk with the Lord and have a foundation built on Christ and other believers are able to overcome adversity.
You won't find the word 'Trinity' in the Bible. So why do we consider it such an important doctrine?
Is there sin in Heaven right now? Dr. Roger discusses the difference between what Heaven is like now, and what it will be like after God creates the new heavens and new earth.
The most important spiritual truths need to be emphasized again and again if the hearers are to truly learn them and benefit from them. Here are seven biblical truths we pastors need to keep telling our people in the hope that eventually most will “get it.”
In the end, theological education is all about the stewardship of words. So it was when Paul commissioned Timothy. So is it now.
Unfortunately, you will not believe what some well-meaning Christians say to a bereaved parent or the family member of someone tragically injured.
During the past year, we have been preaching/teaching in the book of 1 Corinthians.
Want to write but don't know how to begin? Here is a guide to get your feet wet in the world of publishing
We live in a day and age when it is more important than ever for churches and their leaders to demonstrate integrity.
Mere Christianity is not a reduction of orthodoxy, but the distillation of Christianity so that it is fermented to its fullest potency.
Is an eternity in hell considered to be punishment or the result of a fate requested by a sinner of a loving God?
Christians are rightly and necessary concerned about leadership, but many Christians seem to aim no higher than secular standards and visions of leadership.
We will shipwreck our leadership for certain if we do not remember that we are stewards, not lords, of all that we hold by trust.
I am about to enter into a volatile subject. Not abortion or same-sex marriage. I want to talk about parents, sports and the church.