I appreciate Jared Wilson’s thoughts on the celebrity pastor problem in today’s church.
Can this actually be real? “On Monday, Givens was sitting in his patrol car in a parking lot when he was accosted by one very unexpected visitor who seemed dead set on getting his attention.”
I think we know these two methods intuitively, but it’s still good to have them both laid out like this.
Yes, just stop complaining. “This pervasive discontentment colors virtually every area of modern life. Man’s rebellious default setting is to grumble, complain, argue, and whine about anything and everything he doesn’t like.”
Here’s an interesting look at the distinct features of traditional African American preaching.
Jason Allen: “Looking back, there are a few tips I wish I had been given as a beginning preacher. Let me share eight of them with you…”
This Day in 1792. 224 years ago today, “Father of Modern Missions” William Carey publishes his highly influential book on the importance of evangelism. *
I’m no fan of basketball, but I do appreciate athleticism. And, wow, this guy is an athlete.
Here’s an interesting look at some of the ethos behind Jack Chick and his infamous tracts.
Thinking back to the days when I attended churches where the pastors felt the need to make sure we weren’t “drinking” the Bible straight…
Thank God that He doesn’t wait until we take an interest in Him before He takes a profound interest in us by His grace.—Eric Alexander