By Brady Boyd on Apr 25, 2020
Brady Boyd: "I think both approaches have merit for the local church and it’s the job of the pastor to listen to what God is saying and obey."
By Thomas C. Brown on Jul 30, 2022
"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 Sermoncentral on Apr 16, 2020
God has given you so many limitations because he loves you.
By Steven Furtick on Sep 3, 2016
Just like Jacob I often find myself pretending to be someone I’m not because I’m embarrassed about who I am. I think my weaknesses are the problem and faking it till I make it is the solution.
By Joe Hoagland on Jun 10, 2019
Preaching purists debate the merits--and dangers--of either topical or expository preaching. Both have weak spots.
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 Greg Stier on Jun 16, 2020
Greg Stier can identify with the words of the Apostle Paul: “I came to you in weakness with great fear and trembling.”
By Joe Mckeever on Jan 27, 2022
To expect to carry the message without feeling the weight is asking a little much.
By Steven Furtick on Aug 3, 2016
It’s easy enough to say we need to be patient with the process. To talk about the benefits of weaknesses. To extol the virtues of embracing who we really are.
But I think we all know why we are in such a hurry to change.
By Lance Witt on Dec 18, 2017
"One of the things I love about the Bible is how honest it is. The pages of Scripture don’t gloss over the flaws and sins and weaknesses of people. Even the great heroes of the faith are not airbrushed or photo-shopped to make them look superhuman."