Al final del día, no se trata solo de transformar una cultura, una iglesia o una denominación. Se trata de personas.
At the end of the day, it’s not only about transforming a culture, church or denomination. It’s about people.
What does church revitalization look like as a result of the pandemic?
Biblical wound care enters the spiritual battle that accompanies the processes of healing, balancing harmful responses with truth and unconditional love.
The number of people in the seats for Sunday service is not the only measure for success in reaching a community.
Sometimes the Holy Spirit transforms a life instantly. Other times, it happens a little at a time.
A more perfect union isn’t limited to Washington. It can start right where we are.
The pandemic has forced watching movies in theaters to adapt. Churches are having to do the same.
A lesson on praying bold, specific prayers and expecting God to answer.
What does it look like to go towards the pain? It looks like freedom, healing and resurrection. And, I believe, it looks a lot like Jesus.
How do we intentionally seek how, who, where and what to communicate as we make disciples?
I tell you, children and youth ministry workers, you have a special ministry.
2020 is drawing to a close. What will 2021 be like?
As twinkling lights brighten the winding streets after dark, the idea of Christmas is alive and well in my city. However, the understanding of its true meaning is not.
Jesus shines in the darkness. Allow him to come into your pain and struggle and provide you with a hope that the darkness cannot overcome.
Why settle for turning over a new leaf, when you can renew your mind?
Followers of Jesus were never meant to lure in the fish only by inviting them to church.
Have I prepared a place for Jesus in my own heart?
The post-COVID future can be bright because each of us can choose to make it so.
The physical foundation of Thomas and Sharon’s house was already intact, and now their spiritual one has started to change significantly.
The conclusion of peacemaking is long and difficult, but acts of peacemaking are deceptively simple.
My fear of the responsibility of the call and my inadequacies lessened in comparison to my fear of displeasing the Lord.
The farther one gets from his or her home culture, the easier it becomes to link arms with others in the global church.
I had tried so many different things in life, but nothing seemed to fill that God-shaped void.