Do you often feel dry spiritually? Or just cold? Like something is missing? Many people have been Christians since they were little. They are well versed in the facts and stories of the Bible, but they are no longer captivated by them. Others are just bored with Jesus. There’s no
Friendship is an integral part of a truly Christian marriage and a safeguard against emotional adultery. In our years together we have seen many couples, including pastors and their wives, commit emotional adultery. Emotional adultery is having as your close friend someone of the opposite sex who is not your
In previous posts, I’ve dealt with a few objections to the idea of “engaging the culture.” I made the case that we should understand cultural engagement as an aspect of our fulfilling the Great Commission. Today, I’d like to lean in a little more on that idea and offer three
A year and a half ago I came across an article about Tullian Tchividjian and immediately my heart broke. I hung my head and thought to myself, “Another one bites the dust.” If you’re not familiar, Tullian Tchividjian was the senior pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church and is the
It can be the toughest day of the week for pastors. They have preached with passion and conviction. They have prayed for lives to be impacted. They have worked 15 hours on Sunday. Some have taken the barbs from critics. Others have self-doubt about their sermons. Some are considering quitting.