Answering this question isn’t a group activity. It’s not a team consensus. It’s not subject to public opinion or popularity of the culture of the day. But it’s the most important question you’ll ever answer.
I have a heart for leaders. Especially church leaders. I’d love to help others learn from my mistakes. In fact, that’s a huge motivation for this blog. With that in mind, here are 7 simple leadership tips.
To understand faith I always have to put it in terms of a relationship. When we speak of a Biblical faith, we are speaking in terms of having faith… trusting… based upon our relationship with God through His son, Jesus Christ.
In my years of counseling and ministering to married couples, mostly in distress, I have learned some principles that run fairly consistent within each marriage. Couples really are not that different from each other.
We’ve lost some of our civility when it comes to what we post on social media. We are quick to blast a company that we feel has wronged us. It all has to hurt our witness as Christians. Here are some ways we can be “less mean” online.
For some time Saul chased David. David hid out, all alone, which is the setting we find him in during the writings of many of the Psalms. David was God’s choice for king and yet he was placed in incredible adversity. What does this tell us?
I know most people who love their church… and love their pastor… want to help any way they can to make the Sunday morning experience the best it can be. That’s what this post is about. Here are 7 ways you can help your pastor on Sunday.