If salvation is by faith alone, then every person we come in contact with is within a single moment of faith of being made a child of God.
Whatever else we do as Christian leaders must stem from seeing Jesus first.
FTC.co asks Jeff Medders, Pastor of Redeemer Church in Tomball, TX: "What should a pastor do when his church is tired of hearing the Gospel?"
Laypeople have no biblical warrant to leave the duty of doctrine up to pastors and professors alone.
Death and dying are never easy, but both in physical death and spiritual death we have the hope of God’s promises to come.
This week's links include resources on boys respecting women, gathering seashells, celebrating women, Christians and death, and the phrase "I am enough."
We have been cleansed once for all, but our feet still need to be washed from the defilement of our daily walk as children of God.
He died to live, and to live so that other dead people could come alive.
God himself is the true fountain from which we find all wisdom.
What can a young pastor do to start cultivating a healthy legacy?