Imagine this scenario with me… You are a parent and your child has to have surgery by the end of the day that is a life and death situation. There are two options for a surgeon…
I woke up this morning to find that arrests had been made in regards to the murder of Amanda Blackburn.
As I survey the overwhelming damage in our state caused by the massive flood I caught myself asking God "why?"
Are you struggling in your current marriage? Are you single and one day hope you have a great marriage? I don't want to burst your bubble ... but you will never simply "have" a great marriage.
Political correctness strikes again — but this time in multiple places.
Some of the most frequently asked questions in churches have to do with the issue of divorce. There is not one person reading this article right now that does not know someone who has gone through a divorce. You've seen the guilt, pain, fear and uncertainty that comes along with it.
One of the best ways to feel better about yourself as a church leader is to compare yourself and your church to people who are not doing as good as you are. (It's also a sign of extreme insecurity).
As I spoke about yesterday, I believe there are five areas in everyone's life where it really is difficult to trust God. (This is not based on a research poll ... but on 25 years of being in the ministry).
#1 - Something happened to us in our past that has caused us to say, "if God loves me, then how can He have let this happen to me?"
I posted online about being disappointed by the SBC in regards to their decision and saw a flurry of comments this morning when I woke up. Some agreed they were disappointed as well, others endorsed the SBC as making the right decision and then there were some who questioned why I was disappointed.