Your church doesn't need to be preoccupied with vision; it needs to be serious about the Bible.
Tribulation is real—we should not be surprised by it—but it is not our defining reality. We have a living hope, an imperishable inheritance, and a secure salvation.
To my daughters: I pray that you will be a light for Jesus, that you will live for him, and tell others about him.
We are holistic beings who need holistic rest.
Church planting wives need to have the light of God’s Word shine on their various blessings and burdens.
Trust that your pastor is following Jesus closely enough that you can trust him.
Guarding your ministry through sound stewardship can benefit both your home life and your ministry.
God is committed not to our behavior but our hearts; not just in what we do but to what we are becoming.
The tendency we have to rely on ourselves for our own justification is gospel-muting. It’s Jesus-eclipsing. It’s legalism.
Considering the multiple dimensions of church life is like walking through one of those warehouse hardware stores. The complexities are countless.