This week’s links include resources on mentoring for moms, enjoying god, patience, praying when depressed, and reasonableness.
I have said to my daughter, “In this house, we serve the Lord.” When I say it, I refer to the disposition of our home, whom we honor within its walls.
“Let me now go to the field, and glean ears of corn.”Ruth 2:2 Downcast and troubled Christian, come and glean today in the broad field of promise. Here are abundance of precious promises, which exactly meet thy wants. Take this one: “He will not break the bruised reed, nor quench the smoking flax.” Doth not […]
How can a pastor effectively counsel someone without creating a co-dependency?
Biblical preaching seeks to explain the meaning of a passage of scripture and exhort the hearer to respond to the truth. Faithful preaching is truth-driven. The goal of the preacher’s exegetical study should be to find to truth of the text. The passage may mention anxiety, prayer, thanksgiving, peace, and even refer to the Lord […]
God never breaks his word. His commitments are kept. His promises always come true.
When experience is linked with right actions and right ideas, something occurs that is truly honoring to God
Jared Wilson talks with Harold Senkbeil — Executive Director of Doxology at The Lutheran Center for Spiritual Care, fifty-year ministry veteran, and author of the new book The Care of Souls — about the heart and the practice of pastoral ministry.
Spurgeon preached thousands of sermons. He also knew that conversions alone do not make ministry great, but only faithfulness.
Pastors need to be aware of the formidable tool that God has given us to teach his people—namely, the power of music and song.