"Most churches make the mistake of selecting as leaders the confident, the competent, and the successful."
Good conversation went fugitive with the invasion of electronic media. Yet you long for it, and so do those in your circle of acquaintances. Believers in Christ ought to be excellent at it. Even our non-believing friends ought to leave us saying, “That was the best conversation I’ve had for months.”
It’s so very hard but so very worth it. It's the best of times but the worst of times. Somehow simultaneously.
Mom-judging is inevitable. It will always happen, even in the best of scenarios and the best of friends and the best of hearts. But it doesn’t mean we need to get stuck in a quagmire of doubt.
We have learned again Christ’s words to be busy storing up treasures in heaven and not on earth, where moth and rust destroy.
A perfect vacation is not about the waves, fresh powder, or the length of stay. It is found with your loved ones, by being alone, present, willing, and intentional.
God rarely invites men into ministry roles where some kind of financial faith is not required to accept the role.
It's no mystery our culture doesn't think much of the institution of marriage, and that many of our cultural elites despise it. Dr. Keith Ablow from the Fox News Medical A-Team thinks marriage is “a source of real suffering for the vast majority of married people.” He bases that off his own observations as a […]
"I will go over hedge and ditch but I would get at my Master, for the sermon cannot do any good unless there is a savour of Christ in it."
I'm not convinced this thing can be settled online at all. But it's effecting real life relationships and it's effecting local churches, so the least we can do is start thinking and rethinking in terms of our online discourse.