By Peter Mead on May 2, 2012
Most of us have a limited tank of energy when it comes to creative flair. Don’t waste it.
By Kevin Deyoung on Jul 3, 2014
There's no shortage of effort or energy as we go about our tasks—until it comes to holiness.
By Lane Sebring on Nov 18, 2019
She took my hand, which was freezing cold, leaned over and whispered, "Are you nervous? Your hand is freezing." I nodded, "Yep."
By Nathan Aaseng on Aug 15, 2013
"I feed off the energy of a crowd when I preach--and then there's the nursing home service."
By Chuck Lawless on Apr 2, 2016
It's an all-too-familiar scene: a pastor who burns out while doing things that a member of his congregation could have helped with. Here are twelve of the worst reasons not to delegate.
By Brandon Cox on Feb 25, 2017
I believe that most of us can do more, need to do less, and that it’s possible to do more and less at the same time.
By Peter Mead on Aug 17, 2018
Let’s pour our energy into effectively speaking of the God who reveals Himself in the Word.
By Sermoncentral on Sep 22, 2015
Invest ten minutes and come away with new energy, new passion, and new perspective for your calling.
By Albert Mohler on Nov 20, 2018
"The anemia of evangelical worship—all the music and energy aside—is directly attributable to the absence of genuine expository preaching."
By Sermoncentral on Jun 12, 2017
Hope is to our soul what energy is to our body. Just like our bodies must have energy to keep going, our souls must have hope to keep going. So when our soul needs hope, what do we do? We feast on the promises of God.
By John Gilman Ii on May 13, 2016
How can a group of people who are committed to seeing something great happen and are willing to put in the time and energy it takes, only to see their vision fail?
By Stephen Witmer on Jan 9, 2017
Many of us lived as people pleasers in 2016. We squandered too much thought, energy, and passion pursuing praise from others.
By Albert Mohler on Jan 15, 2018
The anemia of evangelical worship—all the music and energy aside—is directly attributable to the absence of genuine expository preaching. Such preaching would confront the congregation with nothing less than the living and active Word of God.
By Michael Horton on Jun 1, 2017
Who exactly is the mysterious third person of the Trinity? Why does he seem to possess less reality than the Father and the Son? Perhaps we think of the Holy Spirit as a divine force or energy that we can “plug into” for spiritual power. Or as the kinder and gentler—more intimate—side of God. But a person—in fact, a distinct person of the Godhead?
By Joe Hamilton on Aug 15, 2017
We are eager to see young men exert energy because we all know what happens when you put testosterone together with capacity to work for the kingdom. And we also know what happens when you mix the same testosterone and capacity with idleness. The ancient saying proves true: “the devil finds work for idle hands.”