Leaders, trade in the tricks of the trade for the all-powerful, all-surpassing glory of Jesus Christ in the gospel.
More than likely, you and I are the products of the quiet faithfulness of a generation of men and women whose names the world will never know.
We asked Adam McClendon, "How can a church stay attractive to younger people without alienating older people?"
This week's links include resources on conviction, congregational singing, preaching race, and weary moms.
If you are only taking notes during the sermon because you feel you must, because you treat the sermon like a lecture or "lesson," I would encourage you to reconsider.
The gospel is the ultimate "tale as old as time" because we get God.
If we want blessings from God, nothing can fetch them down but faith.
God’s Word is able to comfort and counsel without lecturing because it flows from people’s real life experience, not their bare philosophical reflections.
Abundant religious activity cannot mask a rebellious heart at the last day.
There are only two options with Scripture: either we say amen to its entirety, or we entirely reject it.