Being honest, is there something in your life that you're putting above God?
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Pastor Jack Graham has served Dallas' massive Prestonwood Baptist Church for 25 years, but his ministry is still dedicated to this key purpose.
All too often, being "relevant" can become the code word for compromise. Let us always be careful not to put relevance before obedience and not to water down the Word in order to avoid offense.
The true disciples of Jesus are losing the taste for the shallow and superficial. Bert Farias tells us what's missing.
Today's apostolic leadership shares many key traits with those of 2,000 years ago, and yet has some key differences. Here are the characteristics that matter most.
"The government has absolutely no reason to bully congregations who are speaking out about what they believe," Russell Moore said. "It's none of the government's business."
Following months of scandal and controversy, Mark Driscoll has stepped down from the pulpit. But even his resignation has plenty to teach us.
Do you know of any toxic ministerial leaders? Do these characteristics seem familiar?
God is jealous of his church—and the spirits that have not only invaded the church, but that have been embraced by the church, have made Him jealous indeed. How do we make things right?
Many Christians want to shape God into our own idea of Who we think He should be. Find out just how subtle this can be, and how dangerous.
Please pray for this prophetic pioneer as he mourns the loss of his wife.
This crucial yet often-overlooked truth is key to the success or failure of your church. Where do you fit into this picture?
What some were calling "deeper truths" in the early church, Jesus said were the depths of Satan. Things haven't changed too much in the modern church.
ORU's Mark Rutland and David Yonggi Cho are supporting the new initiative in Uppsala.
Is Al Mohler being too harsh with the Osteens, or is he dead on?
Even the most anointed ministries can veer off course into deadly territory. Watch out for these five signs that your ministry might be going the wrong direction.
The church is at a crossroads, as many congregations have made cultural relevance more important than a true, life-changing encounter with God. Here's what can steer us on the right path.
When leaders are captivated by their religious system, they become blind to the pure Word of the Lord. Jesus said, 'Woe!
Do pastors who turn a blind eye to sin in the nation to keep people in the seats, giving money and attending programs also turn a blind eye to sin in the church for the same reasons?
'Some wondered how I, who seem to have been standing strong for so many years, could fall for such an outright deception and lie.'