1 Corinthians 13 only provides two words for what love is – patient and kind. Everything else is what love is NOT.
Some days I look around and can’t help but think that I don’t measure up. Don’t we all?
Some see Elijah’s cloak as a magical talisman that gives source to his power. But the cloak is powerful because of the anointing of the prophetic office, not the other way around.
I've laid down a pattern for you. What I've done, you do. I'm only pointing out the obvious... (John 13:15-17). For several years, Dad was pretty much my pet project. I was always sharing with him when I could, always witnessing, always loving on him...
The infamous video confirms the worst about prosperity gospel messaging, but it might also lead us to examine our own subtle half-gospels.
As we celebrate another Labor Day, let's step back for a moment and consider what Scripture has to say about work and rest.
As Christians, the questions of calling and vocation become even more challenging when we factor God’s will into the equation. However, our career might not be as important to God as we think.
Do not work for food that spoils, but for food that endures to eternal life, which the Son of Man will give you (John 6:27). As I prepare to celebrate a day off work, I’ve been pondering three things that God has been teaching me about work in the past year or so.
It's the collection of 66 God-inspired books the Christian faith is based upon, but how well versed in it are you, really? Get a jump on finding out with the newest online quiz from Crosswalk.com: How Well Do You Know the Bible?
On Labor Day, we should honor those who serve the Lord 9 to 5. Think I'm talking only about pastors and preachers? Think again.
Unsure what forgiveness really looks like? Here are 9 important thoughts on learning to forgive.
Back to school is officially upon us. As my children spend less time in my presence, I am thankful that I can bring all my concerns and cares before the Lord in prayer.
Only one job in the world requires expertise in, well, everything. We expect our pastor to be an expert on any pressing issue in our lives.
Being called to ministry includes a call to pray for those to whom we’re ministering. But what does that look like?
Where will Satan most likely attack your church? That’s easy. Your community.
Cindi McMenamin shares how God can do amazing things with our disappointment when we surrender to him.
After a promising start, the story lets Wright down in the end by losing the human-interest angle and growing less fascinating visually.