Why Pray Together?

Here are seven reasons why it is imperative that pastors in a community come together for prayer. read more

Men at Work

How are you treating the construction workers you hired for your building project? read more

Ready, Aim, Fire!

We send evangelism bullets flying--but are they hitting the lost, or only our neighboring pastor's sheep? read more

Guard Your Example

It's time for a wake-up call. Too many pastors are setting a bad example to people in their community. read more

Charismatic Pride

God hates pride--and that includes the tendency of some charismatics to look down their noses at evangelicals. read more

Preaching Prosperity

Some preachers preach it, others avoid it, but there is a balance. You can preach on true prosperity while avoiding extremes. read more

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