Christian Living

Turning a Trial into Triumph- Part 3 (Our Results)

April 5, 2017

“Fiery trials,” said Spurgeon, “make golden Christians.”  Perhaps this is what Job had in mind when he pronounced, “But he knoweth the way that I take: when he hath...

Christian Living

Turning a Trial into Triumph- Part 2 (Our Reality)

April 4, 2017

In his book, Understanding Leadership, Tom Marshall contends, “Perceive something as a threat and you will experience fear, even if there is, in fact, no danger at all.  Perceive...

Christian Living

Turning a Trial into Triumph- Part 1 (Our Response)

April 3, 2017

Job 14:1 states, “Man that is born of woman is of few days, and full of trouble.” In short, life is the quickest of quandaries. A year, a decade,...

Church Growth Ministry

Cannibalism in the Church: The Deadly Effects of Legalism

March 10, 2017

According to Webster’s dictionary, the definition of the word Cannibal is as follows: a person who eats the flesh of human beings or an animal that eats its own...

Christian Living Ministry

5 Ways to Safeguard Yourself from Apathetic Living

March 4, 2017

In his book, Paths to Power, A.W. Tozer commented on the spiritual condition of the church, “To any casual observer of the religious scene today, two things will at...

Preaching

What the Pastor Should Remember About His Congregation When He Preaches

March 2, 2017

The preacher of God’s Word spends much of his time in preparation for the preaching hour. He studies, he prays, he searches, he digs out, he anticipates, he practices,...

Preaching

What You Probably Don’t Know About Your Pastor When He Preaches

February 28, 2017

What happens when your preacher preaches? I know…that’s a loaded question. I guess I should state it this way: Are you aware of what takes places when the pastor...

Spiritual Formation

4 Promises to Hold on to During Prolonged Seasons of Adversity

February 28, 2017

It had been forty years since Moses left the privileged position in Egypt’s palace. Tending his father-in-law’s sheep in Midian was a far cry from the aristocratic courts of...