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May 11, 2015

The Father's Not Tsk-Tsk'ing by Jared C. Wilson

He's not sighing or sulking. He is more eager to forgive than we are to sin.

May 11, 2015

The Incredibles by Staff

"It is incredible that the world should have believed so incredible a thing."

May 11, 2015

We Wait For Jesus; Jesus Waits For Us by Garrett Kell

After we take our places, we wait for the bride to make her entrance. As the congregation stands and the doors open, I look at the bride—but then I always take a peek at the groom.

May 11, 2015

Pastors, Let Praise Not Be the Boss of Us by Staff

A faithful minister cares little what people think of him, as long as his conscience approves of him. The approval of his own good conscience is the best praise a minister can have.

May 11, 2015

I Don't Believe in God; I Believe in Music by Daniel Ross

Music is great, but it makes a pretty lousy savior.

May 11, 2015

The Preciousness of Jesus by Jared C. Wilson

Our Christ's preciousness is more than deserving to be adorned with the drink offering of our very lives. And it is our willingness to adore him in and through our breaking open that shows we believe this.

May 11, 2015

Fuel for a Long Theological Journey by Sam Bierig

Theological training is as important to the call of ministry as the call itself. But we can resent this training. Or we can be shaped by it.

May 11, 2015

How to Pastor Without Losing Your Wife's Heart by Christine Hoover

My pastor husband has learned the art of running full-out in ministry while also running full-out in marriage and family. Because of this--because he has been as committed to me as he has to ministry--he hasn’t lost my heart. In fact, he has it more than ever. This is why

May 11, 2015

Profile of a Church Planting Church, Part 2 by Robin D. Hadaway

While we can't clone what is taking place in the biblical book of Acts, we can seek to learn its pattern.

May 11, 2015

Nine Statements That Will Destroy Your Small Group by Ben Reed

You don’t want people to dread your small group every week. To feel like they just have to come. To view it as a waste of time. To be the group of which they say, “Don’t join a small group. Mine is terrible.”