To encourage our faith, James provides an historical example to whom we can relate—the praying prophet Elijah.
Stories about experiences of heaven have come and gone. But none have so captivated public attention or stirred controversy like Heaven Is for Real.
If you want to be a Biblical leader, consider these verses.
Rumor has it that parents can make rules. That they can make a difference. In fact, that’s their job. But that’s not the way we think.
Take the next step and let God take care of the details.
Divine wisdom—not earthly wisdom—is needed for us to be able to discern the right response to trial.
Today, pro-life advocates will be participating in the 41st annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. Their participation – despite the snow and cold temperatures – solemnly testifies to the beauty of preborn life, the worth of each and every woman facing an unplanned pregnancy, and the need for us, as a country, to embrace a culture of life.
The email came from a young man in a distant land.
One of the more important personal disciplines as a leader is to be able to know what you don’t care about. Or more to the point, what you shouldn’t care about.
Feel free to use this material in your sermons and Bible studies.
What does it really mean to trust God? Proverbs 3:5-6 answers that question.
Does your church model both authenticity and gospel-centeredness? Is it possible to do both well?
By now you’ve probably heard that Colorado is the first state to legalize marijuana. If you watch late night television at all, chances are good that you’ve heard a number of jokes about it.
So many times we wonder about the validity or value of something when the answer is patently clear: people have voted with their feet
Jesus wants us to know that without him we can do nothing.
Since only some people have the “gift of evangelism,” not every Christian is obligated to witness, right?
This is the phrase that pays - in sorrow and heartache.
You might have seen some of the media coverage of so-called “atheist churches.” The concept started with two British comedians, Sanderson Jones and Pippa Evans. Jones told the AP, “If you think about church, there's very little that's bad. It's singing awesome songs, hearing interesting talks, thinking about improving yourself and helping other people — and doing that in a community with wonderful relationships. What part of that is not to like?"