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Apr 26, 2015

The Importance of Memorizing Scripture by Radu Gheorghita

Why memorize the Scriptures? What would be the benefits of this practice that most people would consider obsolete today, in an age in which the digital revolution has all but made it redundant?

Apr 26, 2015

Four Evangelism Myths by Erik Raymond

In order to combat this we need to speak truth to our hearts. We need to remind ourselves of the truth of Scripture. This is no less important in the area of evangelism. We need to debunk the myths that are too easily believed and cling instead to what God has said and done.

Apr 25, 2015

Love Covers Shame by Jared C. Wilson

We should note that in all the Bible's words about reproof and rebuke and discipline, the Bible never says to "confess one another's sins."

Apr 25, 2015

How to Deal with Persistent Guilt by Staff

When guilt persists, remember where Jesus is and where he's been.

Apr 25, 2015

As One with Authority

On Fred Craddock and Authoritative Preaching

The modern mind may well be adverse to authority and disinclined to trust the “sage on the stage.” Nonetheless, where there is no authority, there is no true preaching.

Apr 25, 2015

Grace is as Awesome as Its Source by Staff

Jonathan Edwards saw God's grace as a tide of goodness.

Apr 25, 2015

The Best Leaders are the Best Repenters by Staff

"Most churches make the mistake of selecting as leaders the confident, the competent, and the successful."

Apr 25, 2015

Pummeling Pastoral Pride by Staff

Three practical tips to help pastors squash pride and cultivate humility

Apr 25, 2015

Serving in Obscurity by Steve Bezner

I believe obscurity is good for Kingdom laborers, particularly pastors, and most especially newly up and coming pastors.

Apr 25, 2015

The Essential Element of Christian Leadership by Jimmy Draper

The lack of certainty of a divine call to the ministry is one of the main reasons why approximately one-half of seminary students leave the ministry within 5 years after leaving the seminary. Without the assurance of God’s call on your life you will not make it in ministry. But while the ministry is a terrible vocation, it is a wonderful calling.