By Ray Hollenbach on Nov 28, 2011
Gordon MacDonald: "I think we probably need to totally re-define what pastors do in leading our contemporary 21st century church."
By Aaron Armstrong on Jul 1, 2014
"It's just a pronoun, so what's the big deal?" Well, what does the scripture say?
By Ed Cyzewski on Jan 11, 2019
This misunderstood book offers us a message of hope that the darkness of today will one day relent when God's all-powerful light will restore creation.
By Ron Edmondson on Jun 6, 2018
Ron Edmondson offers insight about the good and bad ways we respond to ministry criticism.
By Michael Horton on Jun 1, 2017
Who exactly is the mysterious third person of the Trinity? Why does he seem to possess less reality than the Father and the Son? Perhaps we think of the Holy Spirit as a divine force or energy that we can “plug into” for spiritual power. Or as the kinder and gentler—more intimate—side of God. But a person—in fact, a distinct person of the Godhead?
By Shaunti Feldhahn on Feb 5, 2015
"Imagine the difference for pastors to know that they can stand on stage and tell their congregations with confidence that going to church matters for your marriage."
By Ron Edmondson on May 4, 2015
Sometimes we do the wrong thing before we even knew we did the wrong thing.
By Steven Furtick on Dec 2, 2011
Is it wrong to ask God to increase your leadership platform?
By David Lose on Sep 10, 2013
When to insist on law and when to suspend it? For whom? Will things fall apart if we get it wrong?
By Sherman Cox on Sep 25, 2014
You could study and prep for 100 hours and still find something wrong with the sermon. Eventually, it's time to stand and deliver.
By Joe Mckeever on Oct 13, 2015
Pastor, even if people get it wrong, don’t let that stop you from doing it right.
By Ray Hollenbach on Sep 25, 2018
It's popular today to meet with friends at a coffee shop and call it "church." Popular, but wrong.
By Ron Forseth on Oct 18, 2018
Even though no one pays attention to the pre-flight warnings, the message is crucial when things go wrong.
By Larry Moyer on Aug 3, 2013
Assuming the wrong things can cost us our audience. There are five dangerous assumptions in preaching. The damage they do may vary, but the fact that they are costly does not.
By Miles Mcpherson on Jan 18, 2014
A consultant once asked our leadership team what the desired "end" of each Sunday service should be. I shouted, "Evangelism." She said, "Wrong!"