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Acknowledging God as the Source of all truth, the cultivation of the mind necessarily takes place in total dependence upon Him.
Serving in church leadership means being part of God’s movement at an appropriate time, for an appropriate place, and in an appropriate manner.
As we win kids to the Lord, let us be their safe place by protecting them from harm. It is your moral, spiritual, and legal responsibility, as church leaders, to do so—and anything less can make a bad situation infinitely worse.
Let all of us who take the name of Jesus, no matter our culture, creed, or color, heed His radical reinterpretation of Leviticus 19:18.
May this example encourage pastors around the world to build genuine relationships with leaders in their community, including pastors of other denominations.
We may not see the results that we desire, and some of the positive results that we witnessed may begin crumbling at our fingertips. The success of our ministry cannot be easily measured here and now.
What is buried in your crop’s heart to help prepare your church for the last days?
What qualifies as work that is blessed by the Lord?
Not all heroes are the main characters in history.
By focusing on the right things, our ministry can more closely mirror that of our example Jesus.
Listen in for how the few words that God directly speaks in the book of Revelation can shape our understanding of Him.
When ministry distracts from what's important.
The three messages are embedded in one message—the eternal gospel—which is powerful enough to save us and to bring the cosmic conflict to an end.
It is a radical message of love and compassion that bridges earth and heaven and human and human. It is a revolutionary message of healing and deliverance that connects body and soul and church and community.
Excellent pastoral placement isn't guaranteed to be serendipitous — so what can a pastor do that is helpful from the onset?
How to inspire and lead effect ministry amidst the COVID-19 era.
Finishing seminary is not the end of a pastor's education. With a mindset of lifelong learning and continued education, pastor's are both personally enriched and are able to better serve their churches.
How should we respond to the worst of times? How can we keep true hope alive?
Not only can tentmakers go where church workers often cannot, but also when the church is shut down and the leaders imprisoned or killed, tentmakers are often able to continue their work.
God is calling us to experience His love and reflect it to those around us—to the same degree that He has loved us.
Israel shares lessons of God's love from a key phase of his marriage.
In serving others, we can often neglect ourselves. Listen in to learn how you can use biblical journalling to maintain an ever closer relationship with Christ.
Psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit: Paul’s formula for congregational worship — Adriana Perera
One of the strongest points of contention in a church often centers around worship styles. What does the Bible actually say about worship styles? How can we have truly Biblical worship experiences?
Tune in for Howard's interview of Mike Wells, focusing on the practicals of ministry.
John the Baptist preached a powerful message leading up to Jesus' ministry. How is his preaching still relevant today?
Trust is stronger than the calamities we experience. Trust does not provide all the answers, but it enables us to move forward and be there for those who need us.
You can stay focused in a blurry, unfocused world. When it comes to the tasks of ministry, our vision can be renewed.
In a world that is growing more polarized as well as in desperate need of change, how should a young person respond?
How is the letter to the Laodicean church tied with end time events?
In a time that many of us are suffering loss, how can we still exemplify Godly generosity?