Our online presence matters, because it’s interconnected to our physical selves and has real-world repercussions.
“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up” (Gal. 6:9). Compassion fatigue is “weariness in doing good.”
Holiness has an image problem. It is not about a relentless list of rules and judgments. It’s about a life lived in a transformational and missional way empowered by God’s Spirit.
The true legacy of the life and ministry of Earle L. Wilson are the people who called him pastor, president, general and dad.
Little did I realize that the foundation these men had laid would help provide the support I would need to shepherd me through one of my life’s most difficult moments.
The Bible paints a remarkably coherent and consistent story of God and humanity.
During the first year of TFI, Leist and his leadership team turned the TFI materials into a teaching series for their congregation.
I have read or quoted Isaiah 41:10 many times. One day, these words hit me afresh after my health scare.
Tuesday, May 11, at noon ET, Mark Wilson will be my cohost as we explore what it means to ignite a passion for evangelism in your congregation today.
In your family, how can you embody some aspect of 1 Corinthians 13 a little bit more?
Even with my strong strengths of empathy and connection, I couldn’t always understand Mom.
Mom wondered before she passed away if she had done enough. Yes, she most certainly did.
Hearing God isn’t just about receiving guidance, but rather about entering into a lifelong, interactive relationship of communication, intimacy, and living our whole life in the will of God.
We, as Wesleyans, have the power and the grace through the Holy Spirit to be courageous in ministering to society.
My to-do list was fully checked off (frame-worthy status), but several things on my priority list had fallen “below the line.”
If you are looking to be freed from your slavery, then there is a promised land for you.
The demand on clergy is taxing. Ministry often demands more than pastors feel they can give. Add in bi-vocational, family needs, and a pandemic, it is easy to understand why a pastor’s personal health suffers.
How do you remove barriers and gain the confidence to share your faith in everyday places? Join us for a conversation on Discipleship in the Marketplace.
As pastoral leaders in an age of upheaval, the guidance we seek from the Bible will elude us if we exclusively rely on modern or postmodern paradigms
There may be no better time than now to show love to your neighbor.
I have so much respect for those of you leading the church in some capacity.
Believe that God can save and deliver someone you love.
As a pastor, If you have discovered that your motivation has taken a vacation and left you behind, you are not alone.
The brother of Jesus would tell you that the resurrection was life changing.