This week's links include resources on pornography and missions, quitting the pastorate, the road from Emmaus, and lessons from Moses' leadership.
If you have lost the sweet sense of the Saviour's presence, and are seeking him with a sorrowful heart, remember the promises.
One of the most significant personal needs a person has is the need to be heard.
I believe isolation is the enemy’s number one tool to take down worship pastors.
We have the one message of hope our crumbling culture and our challenging congregations need. Now our calling is to follow through.
Much of the Christian life does not involve suffering, but is one of mundane, normal days under the good gifts from the Father of the heavenly lights. These days are crucial in our sanctification.
Who is God? What is he like? How do we come to know him? To whom are we speaking when we go to God in prayer?
God is never surprised by our sin.
We must trust that these in-between days where we can’t see God at work are not signs that he’s turned his back on us.
While business meetings can be a great cause for anxiety, they need not be. Here are a few ideas for avoiding acrimonious business meetings in a local church.