By Lance Witt on Apr 4, 2016
Even though Easter was just a few days ago, it is likely that you have quickly moved on to the next “thing”. But I want to challenge you to not move on too quickly. I’m sure there are some stories and God moments from this past weekend that are worth lingering over. As pastors we need to do a better job with the discipline of “spiritual loitering”.
By Donald Whitney on Sep 26, 2016
As the pressures of life increase and more deadlines loom, it becomes harder to maintain time for the devotional life. And herein is where the erosion begins.
By Lance Witt on May 1, 2017
Let me ask you, what are you trusting God for? Where are you practicing the spiritual discipline of anticipation?
By Lance Witt on Oct 30, 2017
What are you trusting God for? What are attempting for God’s glory that requires faith? Sadly, the more years people serve in ministry, the less risk-taking faith they demonstrate. We can begin to rely on our experience, our skills, and our planning to win the day. Yet, without faith it is impossible to please God.
By Bob Hamp on Apr 24, 2012
Spiritual leaders influence more than they direct, and they inspire more than they instruct.
By Peter Mead on Sep 4, 2013
There's no need to be paranoid, but there's no reason to be ignorant, either.
By Kyle Strobel on Jul 27, 2013
If they were important to Jonathan Edwards, they should be important to you!
By Charles Stone on Jul 29, 2017
What spiritual disciplines might you be neglecting?
By Alan Nelson on Feb 1, 2010
Alan Nelson explains the concept of spiritual intelligence and offers pastors and church leaders a chance to assess theirs.
By Eric Mckiddie on Jan 12, 2016
The celebration and joy of preaching God’s word will return to you when you remember the blessings that God has in store.
By Charles Stone on Apr 28, 2016
The more pastors help people discover, develop, and deploy their spiritual gifts, the healthier our churches become. How have you helped others discover their gifts?
By John Stackhouse on Aug 28, 2015
Count up all of those hours: Is that what we really think our preachers are worth?
By Alan Danielson on Sep 29, 2011
Alan Danielson offers his take on one of the most overrated comments in the church today.
By Ray Hollenbach on Mar 8, 2014
Beyond the weekly phrase, "Good word, Preacher," the spiritual lives of the people in your church provide excellent feedback regarding the effectiveness of your preaching.
By Michael Duduit on Oct 8, 2016
My friend Clayton King, who has never served as a senior pastor (and had not expected to), suddenly found himself leading one of the nation’s largest congregations as interim pastor of NewSpring Church in Anderson, South Carolina.