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When we unintentionally exclude the Holy Spirit from church services, we unintentionally miss the ...
In the first part of a three-week series that focuses on the purpose and plan of God for women, we ...
No matter what the circumstances, there is only one thing we should do.
If this is something that holds you back, you're not alone. But you can do something about it.
A good farmer inspects his vines for fruit. Then he takes action to enable them to bear more fruit.
Here's one thing we must DO in every meeting.
Influence mirrors the character of a team.
Grace is often confused with weakness in a leader.
Here's why you should never let a story hijack a sermon.
Evaluating your church's health is a tough task. This can help.
Teach the difference between urgent and important.
Here's why the quest to be last of all is crucial.
Talent matters, but wouldn't you rather your worship leader have slightly less talent with ...
Our roots determine our outcome.
Our words tell a story about how we see ourselves.
Not all committees are bad, but here's why not all committee meetings are necessary.
Take it from a pastor who has been preaching at the same place for 40 years. It works.
How do we get staff members to do what is needed?
Bishop Joseph Mattera says the Ten Commandments are still in effect because they reflect the ...