With all the talk about Millennials and the Church, are we forgetting something?
Randy is the Executive Director of NANC, a position he has served in since 1997.
"It may seem ironic, but some of the people from whom you have to most tenaciously guard your church are other believers."
I have a conviction. Disagree with it if you want, but I believe it to the core of my being. God wants churches to grow.
Lately, we don’t even want to call a sin a mistake. We want to turn everything we do into a virtue. So lust becomes “sensuality,” and anger just means being honest with your emotions.
Learning to be content with little and learning to be content with much are both difficult.
It’s been the message I’ve received from all around: “Real men don’t cry. Not in public, anyway.” It’s pride, I’m sure. Pride that flows out of believing a lie.
Following the April suicide of their son, Rick and Kay Warren have a new purpose for Saddleback Church: removing the stigma of mental illness from churches.
Few currents have shaped the mindset of our modern world more than pluralization.
You see, you can't simply carry out the Great Commission on a fly-over basis.
The law can inform us of our sin but it cannot transform the sinner. Only the gospel can do that.
You’re not as strong as you think you are, and neither am I.
I’ve come to see four main approaches to the writing, telling or teaching of history: 1) The “great man” approach, 2) the “great idea” approach, 3) the “great current” approach, 4) and the “great event” approach.
It's incumbent on those who've tasted His joy to make the grand gospel our melody.
The Gospel is not a story of God meeting sinners half-way. The news is so much better than that.
The Lord has blessed the church with so many edifying resources for training of believers in biblical counseling and discipleship.