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A Re-"vision" of Proverbs 29:18

A Christian leader’s goals are given a biblical basis by using this verse. I am convinced that this is an illegitimate understanding of this verse for three reasons.

  • Theologically Driven |
  • April 03, 2013 |
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Opponents of Gay Marriage Say They're No Bigots

Leading opponents of gay marriage -- or as they prefer to be called, defenders of traditional marriage -- are trying to stop an increasingly popular movement as it approaches two dates with history this week at the Supreme Court.

Those Toxic Non-Attenders

Is it such a bad idea to purge the church rolls? How do some non-attending church "members" actually do damage to the gospel and to the cause of Christ?

Truth Behind Large Churches

It's easy to take shots at large churches.But I am convinced that any church of any size can be learned from, and that includes large churches.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 13, 2013 |
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A Practical Guide to Protecting Your Pastor's Marital Fidelity

How the church should walk alongside its pastor to help him keep his marriage vows with joy.

How to Spot a Healthy Church - Quickly

"I have come to the conclusion that there are two very obvious indicators of church health that the one-time visitor can gauge very quickly."

How to Spot a Healthy Church in 30 Seconds

I knew almost instantly from the actions and voices of the children that the family was a healthy one. Is it likewise possible to ascertain within a few seconds whether a church is healthy?

Is the Sabbath Still Required for Christians?

Jesus does not clearly abolish the Sabbath, nor does he violate its stipulations. But if the Sabbath is a holdover from the Mosaic covenant, are Christians bound to observe it?

  • Thomas R. Schreiner |
  • February 13, 2013 |
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The Seismic Shift in Outreach

There has been a seismic shift in outreach that few church leaders are understanding, much less pursuing.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • February 06, 2013 |
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A Message To Pastors: Don't Give Up on Prayer

I've spent a great deal of time moving our church to be "devoted to prayer." During this time, I have developed some fundamentals that I believe I must adhere to if God is going to use me to lead our church toward this goal.

Is Tithing for the New Testament Believer?

A few weeks ago I wrote an article called “Why it’s Important to Keep Tithing in Tough Economic Times” and, quite frankly, I was surprised by the many follow up comments from Christians who don’t believe that tithing is for today...

The Gift of Tongues and the Gift of Art

The problem I had was that throughout all of that rolling and screaming of the charismatic service, not once did I feel God's presence.

Communion & Coleslaw

An announcement about the celebration of the Lord's Supper made someone wonder if they needed to bring coleslaw. Awesome. But this is not a situation unique to a church that is reaching the unchurched.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • January 09, 2013 |
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How Avoidance of Church Discipline Is Like Doctor Shopping

There’s a certain type of personality that doesn't want accountability, but affirmation. When a pastor tells him the opposite of what he wants to hear, he leaves and goes to find a pastor or counselor who will.

How the Church Can Reclaim Art's Draw & Creative Power

Art was once the domain of the Church: Christians created art that glorified God and drew people closer to His Son. Today, however, much of the Church neglects or underemphasizes God-given creativity. Here's how to cast a vision For the Beauty of the Church.

Does the Church Thrive Under Persecution?

Is it true that lazy and complacent Christianity develops in "safe" countries, while persecution fosters a robust Christianity?

Bullying is "Why we left the church for good."

Bullying, one of the least recognized, anti-family forces today, is causing more people to leave Church.

Church Conflict: Why Not Rather be Wronged?

A dog can whip a polecat, the saying goes, but it’s not worth it. Some fights you need to walk away from.

Ministry: Spiritually Hazardous to Your Soul

Many leaders have fallen into adultery. Why is this happening so frequently?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • November 28, 2012 |
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Personal Convictions vs. Biblical Truth

What is the difference between a personal conviction and biblical truth? Dr. Roger explains.

  • Dr. Roger Barrier |
  • November 21, 2012 |
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