New reality show attempts to resuscitate failing churches by using a business model based on the needs of the community—not the gospel.
- November 19, 2013 |
Can’t God ask someone who has more money? Can’t he find another way to come up with this money? After all, he is God!
Many wives are frustrated by a lack of good conversations with their husbands, since men tend to talk less than women do.
My friends set me up with a guy from church, but I really don't like him. How do I handle this gracefully?
Family ministry expert Dr. Timothy Paul Jones discusses his ground-breaking book, Family Ministry Field Guide. In it, he offers church leaders a practical plan to equip parents to be the primary faith trainers in their children's lives, moving beyond mere programming into genuine spiritual transformation.
A must-watch for anyone impacted by Calvin & Hobbes. Far from flawless, it manages to marvel at Bill Watterson's art and unusual choices.
Admitting our weaknesses brings us closer to others, giving us the ability to minister more compassionately.
The first trailer for the upcoming Noah movie gives reason for hope... but is it faithful to the Bible?
This has to be one of the biggest and most asked questions in my ministry.
I was recently reminded that the strongest witness to our faith in Christ isn't success or happiness. It’s hope—especially in the most painful situations.
Faith plays a starring role in the story and dialogue, but the language is so off-putting that believers will have a hard time watching.
In this interview clip, Duck Dynasty’s "Miss Kay" Robertson talks about her grandmother's vibrant faith in Christ and how it had great impact upon her own discovery of God's love.
Our ability to approach a spouse honestly about any given situation will determine the depth of trust, or lack thereof, in marriage.
The way of a fool seems right to him, but a wise man listens to advice (Prov. 12:15). It’s common to hear Christians say, "Speak the truth with love," but what about listening?
Dr. Roger gives several guidelines to follow when determining whether a pastor should stay or go.
Often we’re discontent with the superficial things in our lives. We’re trained to want bigger, better, newer, faster, more expensive.
There is a perfect time to leave a church, but what that "time" is may surprise you.
When I'm asked a question like, "My fiance and I are interested in a devotional for yet-to-be-married couples living in the mid-Atlantic from different church backgrounds who are both post-millenialists. What do you recommend for us?" my answer is always the same...
Skeptics may abound, but sometimes logic and common sense just aren’t enough to explain away otherworldly occurrences.
The message given is so often: more more more. Try harder. Cook more. Submit more. But maybe that's not the issue.