By Charles Stone on Apr 21, 2017
This discipline is really more of a state of heart than a place.
By Lance Witt on Jan 16, 2017
Leaders who stay spiritually healthy long term are those who learn this sacred rhythm of advance and retreat.
By Josh Reich on Mar 30, 2017
While we often think God’s silence means He has abandoned us or left us, that is not true. God’s silence does not equal God’s absence.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Aug 8, 2020
We like to think we're beyond outside influence, but there are hot-buttons in every church that could take away your pulpit voice.
By Joe Hoagland on Mar 10, 2017
I am talking about purposely removing yourself from the busyness to focus on prayer for your congregation, reflection on your spiritual life and those around you, and meditation on the huge weight that is the pastoral ministry.
By Sermoncentral on Aug 28, 2019
Karl Vaters: "Preachers need to take our cue from God's Word, not the current obsession of the 24-hour news cycle."
By Brian Croft on Dec 19, 2016
You may call it something different, but every pastor knows about it. It is the mental, emotional, and spiritual crash that takes place the next day (Monday) as a result of pouring your heart and soul out in the proclamation of God’s word to God’s people the day before.
By Michael Kelley on Aug 12, 2016
We are probably more responsive today than ever before, partly because we now have the tools to respond publicly to anyone or anything, and at any time we see fit. We can post, like, tweet, and retweet, and we are delighted to do so. We love to respond. No, we need to respond.
By Steve Smith on Dec 3, 2016
When I practice Advent, I get the opportunity to yet again, start my life over. I am invited to step out and away from my old ways and to begin new ways of living better–living in a different rhythm; living in a deeper–more sacred way.