By Larry Moyer on Oct 25, 2010
There are times when hell should never be mentioned in our preaching. In fact, when hell is mentioned during these times, it may dishonor Christ more than honor Him and do more disservice to the gospel than service.
By Tom Harper on Feb 28, 2011
Tom Harper traveled through the whole of Scripture looking for one fresh leadership principle in every book ... learn what he found.
By Darrin Patrick on May 14, 2011
Do you use a full manuscript, an outline, or something in between when you preach?
By Andy Stanley on Sep 6, 2011
Andy Stanley: "Remember, many of our greatest regrets in life could probably have been avoided if we had put guardrails in place."
By Matt Chandler on Mar 2, 2013
Wherever he goes, Matt Chandler is looking for "shadows of the gospel." What about you?
By Eric Mckiddie on Jul 27, 2016
“Self-starter” is an identity that up-and-coming leaders seek. It means that you take initiative and responsibility without being asked or coerced. You see a problem and you jump on it. No one ever has to tell you what to do. You put on your Nikes and just do it.
But there can be a dark side to self-starters, which is when their interest in beginning new projects and their disinterest in finishing projects are equal.
By Lance Witt on Oct 3, 2016
You don’t have to be running at an insane pace to be running on empty. I think the primary issue here isn’t the size of your ministry or the pace of your ministry. The PRIMARY issue has to do with the health of your soul (your interior life).
By Charles Stone on Oct 13, 2016
A study done at the University of London found that constant emailing and text-messaging reduces mental capability by an average of ten points on an IQ test.
By Joe Mckeever on Jan 1, 2017
See how they treated Jesus? Expect the same for yourself, pastor.
By Brian Croft on Feb 11, 2017
Whatever you do, choose battles wisely as if you will be at that church ten years or more. That will give you a different perspective and will help you be patient.
By Ron Edmondson on Jun 14, 2017
For those of you in the vocational ministry, let me offer some reflections on 42 years of ministry.