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Be grateful for these faithful women of God.
If you're committed to the gospel, all the forces of hell will be working against you. But you don't have to be a victim.
The panic can be particularly acute for people struggling with debt burdens and unexpected tax liabilities. So let's review some tax wise ideas which we hope can help relieve the panic.
Our responsibility is spiritual growth. Do we have the will?
Whether your church is large or small, every person you choose to serve on staff matters in a big way. Learn to make the best choices.
The pastor's kid who grows up and turns away from God is too common of a story. Here's how you can avoid making that your child's story.
The secret lies in Matthew 6:33.
This kind of preaching changes the heart for eternity.
Think of two or three people that you are concerned about who are starting to backslide.
Diversity remains a challenge for churches. This is why.
It's easy to get frustrated as a leader and assume that your congregation is not following Jesus as they should. Here's what's going on.
Any job can be turned into worship when it is built on this model.
Our feeble attempts at communication become an object of priceless treasure when we submit our will, our heart and our mind to Him.
This is what it looks like when the gospel of Jesus is working in His people's lives.
We discover three main goals of this leadership call in Ephesians 4.
The temptation here of, course, is to think you are already in the fifth stage.
Financial privacy is your right and is an important component of financial freedom. Protect your family while you still can.
Allow me to give you a fair warning: None of them are easy.
No church program is perfect, but there are principles that can increase the likelihood of nondurable fruit becoming durable and multiplying fruit.
It all goes back to Mark 10:27.
Imperfect people lead me, pray for me, preach to me and lead worship. This is what I do about it.
Whether you're a seasoned preacher and teacher, or an emerging leader who has a secret vow of silence, never stop growing in this area.
No, it won't ever be completely closed, as I said in the beginning, because life happens. But you can move the door from wide-open to just a small crack.
When you feel stuck, unclear, or stressed, take some time to honestly answer these.
One sign is that your leaders are often divided.
The trickiest part is that these tensions are not between a good choice and a bad choice.
Oral Roberts had such a gift to connect with people through media that, while running for president, Richard Nixon called him and asked, "How do you do it?"
A fire was lit in my soul during those days that has never been extinguished, never diminished and has never been watered down.
Solomon thought of this first, though.
Every leader faces it. Only God-centered leaders know the right way to overcome it.