By Todd Hahn on Jan 9, 2019
There's a natural tension between preparation and trust, but one line we should never cross is trusting in our own preparation.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Feb 26, 2010
Trusting people in leadership can be a disheartening and confusing proposition. And the stakes are high.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 6, 2014
William Lane Craig has a practical suggestion when it comes to talking about the reliability of the scriptures.
By Ron Edmondson on Apr 7, 2017
Every leader at some point faces a crisis of belief in their leadership – or what he or she is attempting to lead.
By Joe Mckeever on Nov 14, 2017
"If we cannot walk by faith and believe by faith–a redundancy, of course–we will stop praying."
By Sermoncentral on Jul 20, 2019
People need to know us before they can trust us. And they need to trust us before they’ll go to church with us.
By Steve Smith on Mar 25, 2017
True friendship and community must be reciprocal.
By Lance Witt on Dec 11, 2017
How can our doubts be a blessing?
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 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 Adam Walker Cleaveland on May 4, 2012
What happens when you discover that the best education in the country just isn't enough?
By Sermoncentral on Nov 21, 2018
The Christian life, from the beginning to end, is a life of extraordinary grace. Saying "thank you" just makes sense.
By Sermoncentral on Sep 27, 2017
Does the size of a church always speak of its faithfulness?
By Joe Mckeever on Aug 17, 2019
Joe McKeever tells us about the day he sat in on a Sunday school class and made a startling discovery.
By Erik Raymond on Jul 2, 2018
Take heart! There's one big reason our preaching is not in vain, and three more after that!