Even just visiting the fatherless in their affliction is considered among the most holy and Christ-like of actions.
FTC.CO asks Dr. Adam McClendon, "What should pastors remember in counseling those dealing with porn use?"
Ministry methods have changed over the decades, but the challenges and joys of ministry remain the same. Spurgeon’s lectures to his students are just as relevant today as they were 150 years ago.
Meeting with Christians of all ages is not a cure-all, and there is undeniable value in relationships with people of similar age and experience. But we must not despise the wisdom, experience, and friendship of all the people God places around us.
In waiting for noble things in this life, we should be reminded that we wait for One whose nobility far exceeds everything on earth in every respect.
One day, we will be with God in his Kingdom, along with the rest of the broken who turned to Christ.
Grace primarily means that we see one another as new creations in Christ, and we recognize the grace we received at salvation is continuing its work as a change agent in our lives.
We ask Dr. Spencer Plumlee, "What are some non-negotiables for preaching?"
Moral integrity helps to gain respect and influence in our culture; however, when our moral authority is compromised it undercuts our influence and our ability to lead effectively.
Corporate worship is not about getting some feeling. It’s about getting God.