Understanding Jesus as the center of all of reality is liberating. It rescues us from the “me-ness” of “me and Jesus” and positions us to see the world from God’s perspective and bring His good news to everyone, everywhere, all the time.
God allows suffering for a myriad of reasons. Even in the midst of you struggling to meet your family’s needs, God is at work and is helping you to look more like Christ.
Jesus claimed authority over all things (Matthew 28:18-20). How will we respond? By ignoring the aspects of culture we find distasteful, or by engaging culture as a platform from which to proclaim Jesus’s victory?
October is a great opportunity for church members to honor and bless your pastor(s), but if your church calendar won’t cooperate – do it any time of the year like a key anniversary or birthday.
Pastor Kevin Conklin shows us practical ways pastors and church leaders can invest in their congregations through mentoring. Not only can pastors be great mentors, but we also need mentors ourselves in order to grow and flourish.
These three elements of premarital counseling should strengthen your church and help the newlyweds honor marriage more vigilantly.
Selfless love rescues us from ideas that make us feel lonely and inadequate. It shows us we are loved and it awakens our love for others.
Kristan Hawkins, President of Students for Life of America, discusses the recent arrests of students in Washington, D.C. for writing “Black Pre-born Lives Matter” in chalk on a sidewalk in front of Planned Parenthood. Then, Emily Colson challenges cultural assumptions that special needs kids aren’t valuable and encourages churches to help special needs families in …
Emily Colson describes the struggles, the joys, and the grace of God she’s experienced in raising her son, Max, who has severe autism. She challenges cultural assumptions that special needs kids aren’t valuable and encourages churches to help special needs families in their communities. (Part 1 of 2)
Facilities are important tools in reaching and leading people. I encourage you to walk through your facility as a guest. Maybe invite someone who has never visited your church to do a walk-through with you. See the space from their perspective.