By Robert Fryling on Jun 7, 2010
Robert Fryling explores the human mind as a vital partner to the body and spirit in spiritual growth and renewal.
By Larry Moyer on Jun 21, 2010
Evangelism specialist Larry Moyer says there are five dangerous assumptions in preaching, and the extent of the damage they do may vary, but the fact that they are costly does not.
By Larry Moyer on Apr 4, 2011
Effective ministry demands that we recognize the tactics of the enemy and then guard against them in our preaching.
By Steven Furtick on Dec 2, 2011
Is it wrong to ask God to increase your leadership platform?
By Jared Moore on Jun 27, 2012
Your hearers often hear you before they hear the Scriptures. If your people know you, they’ll have a better basis for understanding your sermons.
By Ray Hollenbach on Oct 5, 2013
What if there were a way to open the floodgates of heaven for other people? What if YOU could have this secret?
By Marshall Segal on Jul 9, 2016
When was the last time someone told you you were wrong?
If you can’t remember, you may have reason to be concerned. Sometimes the most loving thing someone can do for us is point out an error or inconsistency in the way we think or live.
By Joe Mckeever on Sep 21, 2016
You’re sitting in his church listening to him preach. He’s not five minutes into the message before you realize Mr. Hotshot is appearing before you in the flesh. His words and mannerisms give him away.
By Paul Maxwell on Nov 16, 2016
I don’t think there’s anything I protect more rabidly than my reputation.
By Jon Bloom on Dec 16, 2016
Since the fall of man, people have had trouble staying focused, but we live today in an age of unprecedented distraction. Since you’re already reading this on some electronic device, I don’t need to elaborate.
By Lance Witt on Mar 20, 2017
How do you not let the burden of ministry not rob you of the blessing of ministry?
By Lance Witt on Mar 27, 2017
None of us are exempt from the danger of cynicism and turning ministry into nothing more than a job.
By Karl Vaters on Mar 29, 2017
How can we reach our communities if they have no idea we love them? And how will they know we love them if we don’t work alongside them?
By Carey Nieuwhof on Apr 5, 2017
As harsh as it sounds, here’s the truth: if a leader doesn’t buy you, they’ll rarely buy your idea.
By Jon Bloom on May 15, 2017
Micah 6:8 exposes me: I can love abstract ideas of justice and kindness, and neglect their concrete expression. It admonishes me: I cannot “do justice” or “love kindness” without loving real people. It humbles me, which is just what the Doctor ordered, if I’m really ready to walk with him.
By Joe Mckeever on Jun 13, 2017
“Consider Him who endured such contradiction of sinners against Himself lest you also grow weary and lose heart,” (Hebrews 12:3).
By Ron Edmondson on Jun 20, 2017
There are some characteristics which set a great leader apart from mediocre leaders. Do you know what they are?
By Joe Mckeever on Jul 14, 2017
"Nothing is so lovely and so welcome and so healing in a church as for a member to go before the congregation and admit to his/her destructive behavior and ask for forgiveness."
By Thomas Brown on Aug 10, 2017
"He has not chosen the strong, but the weak. He has not recruited the mighty, but the frail. He has not selected those who think themselves capable and worthy, but those who know themselves deficient and disqualified apart from his cleansing, preserving, and empowering grace."
By Lance Witt on Aug 21, 2017
A couple of years ago I had the chance to sit down with a former staff member that had served on my team more than a decade ago. We really hadn’t kept in touch very much. At one point during our lunch the conversation turned more serious. And in a moment of candor he said to me “You know, you weren’t very easy to work for.” The truth is, he was right.
By Lance Witt on Aug 28, 2017
One of the reasons the word accountability gets a bad rap is because of the way some people have carried out accountability. Holding people accountable is not using your position as a club to embarrass, humiliate, mistreat, belittle or shame people. Our accountability of people should make those on our team better not bitter.