For good or bad, leaders set the emotional tone within an organization. . . . Hope is the most powerful tool in your arsenal.
We do not want to avoid equipping women just because it can be hard.
We think the problem might just "go away" on its own. But if it doesn't, we have the biblical obligation to "take it to our brother."
This week's links include resources on what the Bible says about women, dangers of money, unshakable joy, and pride and the pastor.
Jesus went willingly into the weakness of flesh, to make himself like us so he could save us.
I pray that my soul would not be so fickle as to rely on man’s acclaim or applause or attendance as validation of my ministerial efforts.
What do pastors’ kids wish their churches knew about them?
Whether it’s the man in the pulpit or the believer in the pew, suffering can be the greatest help or the greatest hardship to the proclamation of the gospel.
Consider with me, brothers and sisters – do we really see the idols of our culture? Can we call them by name?
When it comes to people who are really suffering, many pastors are tempted to feel overwhelmed and under-qualified.