Church discipline shouldn’t be a taboo topic or action in the church today. It should be talked about and practiced because it ultimately brings the most glory to God and helps us accomplish our God given goal — to make disciples.
We overlook “respectable sins” not only because they are pervasive, but also because they don't seem as bad as others that get more press. But when we turn a blind eye to these "ordinary" sins, they begin to fester.
Only through His empowering are we able to live together in a way that honors Him.
Our battle against sin will only result in victory if it is waged at the heart level.
While I would like to think my preaching convinced someone in that moment to come to Christ, when I really stop and think about it, I know a lot has happened behind the scenes beforehand.
Christian persecution is not something new.
While the study of apologetics can take you off into heady arguments, that's not all apologetics is.
Presenting the gospel in a way people can understand doesn’t mean we water down the gospel.
While the world has distorted the purpose of sex, the Bible, and specifically the Song of Solomon teaches us that sex serves a greater purpose.
Paul in 1 Corinthians 4 lays out six qualities a congregation should expect of their pastor.
If you want your deacons to be all they can be, to serve your church, and Christ’s mission well, you should not only pray for them, but you should also encourage them in their work.
We shine forth God's characteristics to the world.
Help from Psalm 25 to encourage more prayer.
In an effort to help us create self-awareness and keep us out of the trap, here are 11 characteristics of the self-righteous . . .
The significance of gathering regularly with God's people cannot be overstated. Here are 10 biblical reasons why gathering with the church is so important.