How God has led some pastors out of the pulpit into significant ministry opportunity. read more
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"Dr. Taylor was a theological giant who will be greatly missed." read more
The televangelist and megachurch founder has gone to be with the Lord. Please pray for his family. read more
The Crystal Cathedral leader and televangelist is in critical condition in a California nursing home. read more
Started with seven people in Rick and Kay Warren's living room, here's how Saddleback has grown to become a pillar of evangelism for Christ. read more
With the Carpenter's Home Church building set to be torn down, Stephen Strader, the son of CHC founder Karl Strader, tells readers his family's side of the church's history. read more
Dr. Myles Munroe was killed on Sunday in a plane crash after his private jet struck a construction crane during its approach to the Grand Bahama International Airport. read more
The coming generation of spiritual leaders should give us all reasons to be hopeful. Here's why. read more
Like many of you, I found out Thursday morning that Calvary Chapel founder and pastor Chuck Smith has died. read more
1. In all the world there are only three Christians who love change; none of them are in your church.
2. When you speak before an unfamiliar group, be careful what you say because you never know who is listening to you. You’ll start to tell a story about some guy in your former church, and his mama is sitting right in front of you.
3. There will never be a time in your life when you know all the Bible and have your questions all answered; if you cannot serve Him with some gaps in your knowledge and preach without knowing everything, you’re going to have a hard time. read more
When it comes to work ethic, I was raised in the old-school by a West Texas dad who felt it was his parental duty to teach the next generation the value of minimum wage, back-breaking, manual labor.
The first job he arranged for me was digging ditches. That’s right, my dad secured my brother and I summer jobs as ditch-diggers, installing underground telephone cables ten hours a day in the 100-degree Mississippi heat for $1.65 an hour.
Since I complained so much about the heat, the next summer he got me an indoor job. So I spent that summer inside an UN-air conditioned warehouse loading 50-pound fertilizer bags onto pallets. During our breaks we would go outside to cool off. The inside of that warehouse was hotter than outside. read more