By Lance Witt on Jun 5, 2017
Growing in knowledge is important, but knowledge without relationship is dangerous. That was one of the big issues Jesus had with the Pharisees. They had biblical knowledge but their heart was far from God.
By Brian Croft on Apr 24, 2018
Here are 4 suggestions to consider as you talk to a prospective church member who does not articulate a clear knowledge of the gospel.
By Chris Surber on Apr 16, 2019
A working knowledge of Church history teaches us to be humble. Our footprints aren’t the first tracks on this road.
By Sermoncentral on Nov 5, 2014
As leaders we need to recognize the moment when there are no words to be said, no comfort to be offered, no solutions to be given.
By Lance Witt on Apr 3, 2017
The greatest gift we give a new believer is not information, it is RELATIONSHIP. The primary need of a new believer is nurture not knowledge.
By John Holm on Apr 30, 2013
"I've rarely coached someone who decided that more knowledge or more skill would help them become a successful leader. Instead, what they needed to learn was more about themselves."
By Peter Mead on Apr 12, 2021
Sometimes we have to preach something that is potentially controversial or that may not go down too well. Here are ten pointers to help when that is necessary.
By Sermoncentral on Nov 16, 2019
"A saving knowledge of Christ crucified and risen is not the mere result of right reasoning about historical facts. It is the result of spiritual illumination to see those facts for what they really are."
By Randy Alcorn on Jan 5, 2018
I’m reminded of what the Huguenots said of the Bible and its critics: “Hammer away ye hostile hands; your hammers break, God’s Anvil stands.”