Leadership is about embracing responsibility. It’s about understanding our role as stewards and being content with where He has placed us.
The good news in all this is that we are gloriously whole and are being made to feel that way also. But God is not content that we fill up on vainglory.
FTC.co asks J.D. Greear, Pastor of Summit Church (Raleigh-Durham, NC), "How can a church know it is on the right track? What are some signs of faithfulness?"
“Do you know why there are a thousand fresh self-help books every year? It’s because they don’t work.”
It is clear that men and women need each other if they are to accomplish the task God gave humanity to fill and subdue the earth, bringing glory to God in the process.
This week's links include resources on disciple-making shift, single women in the church, lessons from a bad sermon, how to lose a pastor, sin's allure, and church planting pipelines.
It is delightful to reflect how close is Christ's union with his people.
Brokenness is our condition; wholeness is our goal.
The church must always bear witness to the risen Christ.
What advice would you give a young couple struggling with family worship?