By Lance Witt on Mar 11, 2016
In the middle of this election year, the amount of vicious attack and trash talking has reached a new high (or low). I think it is time that we as pastors take the lead in helping our congregations and communities know how to treat one another.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Jun 23, 2017
There are some things I wore as badges of honor as a young leader I no longer wear as badges of honor today. What breaks my heart is I see many leaders falling into the same patterns I did.
By Nancy Wilson on Jan 11, 2018
As grandmothers, we are to do more than simply cheer for our children and grandchildren and buy them Christmas jammies (though we should certainly do those things and more). Our foremost duty is to fear the Lord and obey him every day of our life.
By Ed Stetzer on May 8, 2014
Guarding yourself takes work, can be awkward and is often inconvenient. But it's good stewardship.
By Mark Driscoll on May 9, 2014
Mark Driscoll gives some great advice on how to make your Mother's Day service extra-special and meaningful.
By Joe Mckeever on Aug 27, 2015
When I honor the Lord’s shepherd, I honor the Lord Jesus Christ. He takes personally my treatment of His servant. That should put the fear of the Lord into us. And keep it there.
By J. John on Sep 9, 2011
"I believe that if a preacher will take these four principles and apply them, then the Lord will honor them, and they will see people turn to Christ."
By David Mathis on Nov 23, 2017
"Most of us have never given any serious thought to what it might mean to feast with Christ-honoring intentionality."
By Daniel Akin on Oct 24, 2014
Compromise of biblical truth is not an option, but doing one's best to extend Christ-honoring grace and goodwill should be at the front and center of our agenda.
By Lance Witt on Jul 17, 2017
Jesus cares just as much about how we treat people along the path to fulfilling our vision as he does if we accomplish the vision.
By Joe Mckeever on May 18, 2016
Consider these five reasons to be involved in the local association. I promise you that Christ will be honored, your church will be strengthened, other ministers will be encouraged, and most surprising of all, you will find yourself to be more fulfilled in serving your Lord.
By Larry Moyer on Mar 6, 2018
There are times when hell should never be mentioned in our preaching. In fact, when hell is mentioned during these times, it may dishonor Christ more than honor Him and do more disservice to the gospel than service.
By Jonathan Herron on Jan 25, 2018
Jesus said his disciples would be known by their radical love for one-another, (John 15:12).