Though exposure is uncomfortable, it forces us to develop an integrated view of ourselves – the view that God already has of us.
This week’s links include resources on not liking church music, faithfulness in waiting, privacy, and emotions.
Join Ronnie Martin every Friday for The Preachers Corner, where he offers some words of comfort and stories of hope to help preachers enter the weekend encouraged by the gentle and lowly heart of Jesus.
If you don’t want to reach people with the gospel, you’re probably not called to be a pastor.
Sacrificial love frees us from the malaise of a sin-sick heart.
The minister is to be at God’s disposal, sensing and seeking his leadership for where he would have the minister go and to whom he would have the minister serve.
We can parent in the midst of failures knowing we are fully known by God and accepted fully through Christ.
Christians must think on the things of God before they need them.
In some ways, we’re always teaching the next generation about the Reformation. Even when we fail, we have the opportunity to model repentance and reliance on the grace of Christ.
Pastors, when the breath of dying people is in our nostrils, the flimsy spirituality of popular religion will be of no use. It will fail to comfort or provide hope.