For our churches to become what God wants them to be, we must listen to God. He doesn’t have laryngitis. He still speaks today.
That's the resume of a people builder. A people builder makes people better.
Pastor, it breaks my heart to see ministries ruined by unfaithfulness.
I bet if there's one question you get more than any others, particularly when you're ministering to people in times of crisis, it's "Why does God allow pain?"
We need to know our own pattern of temptation because the devil knows it. He knows what uniquely tempts you.
I've run into too many people who’ve been Christians for a long time but are struggling with the same sins they have for years.
The fact is, good intentions are never good enough. The kind of change that God wants to see in your life, in my life, and in the lives of people in our churches does not happen by simple willpower.
You have people sitting in your church every week who have been nursing wounds for years. They can’t let go. They’ll never reach their God-given potential and purpose for life until they let go of the past. Rick Warren By Rick Warren The Bible compares life to a marathon race –...
Way too many Christians aren’t fulfilling God’s purpose for their life because they’re harboring past hurts.5 comments
There's a right way and a wrong way to get angry. How do you deal with anger appropriately?2 comments
The marriages in our churches – including our own – are either growing together or drifting apart. There’s no middle ground.
God uses all kinds of vessels. But there is one kind of vessel God will not use. He will not use a dirty vessel.
Whether it's a struggling marriage, a job loss, a death in the family, or something else, you and your church family must be ready to meet the painful needs of those in crisis.
Everyone has a reservoir of knowledge, skills, and experience they can share. A wise person will learn to draw them out.
Those entering your church this Easter have seen their 401Ks take a nosedive over the past year. Many are out of work. In order to help people overcome fear, lead them to make three decisions this Easter