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How to Have a Growing Church, Part 4 (Feeding the Real Hunger)
When my sons Christopher and Jonathan were younger, they never understood why my wife Cathe
Greg Laurie,
GUEST POST: Books that Changed My Life - Enjoying the Journey
Enjoying the Journey has many friends in the ministry who help and encourage us along the way. Few have been more encouraging and […]
Scott Pauley,
Too Much at Stake to Sail Off! - Divorce Minister
So until I come, be diligent in devouring the Word of God, be faithful in prayer, and in teaching the believers. -I Timothy 4:13, TPT Too much is at stake to just sail off into my blessed sunset! I wish more faithful spouse pastors had not simply sailed off into their sunset prior to my … Continue reading “Too Much at Stake to Sail Off!”
David Derksen,
Biblical Illiteracy in America
“The days are coming,” declares the Sovereign LORD, “when I will send a famine through the land– not a famine of food or a thirst for w…
Russ Sharrock,
The Servant Leader Is Dedicated
This post was originally published in March 2019.–ed. Half measures have no place in Christian ministry. The apostle Paul reminds us that it requires immense dedication. He describes the godly minister as one whose relentless devotion is to maintain a thoroughly biblical ministry. The apostle charges Timothy with these words: “Until I come, give attention
John MacArthur,
Ska lärare få en strängare dom enligt Bibeln? Jak. 3:1
Mina bröder, inte många bör bli lärare. Ni vet ju att vi skall få en strängare dom Jak. 3:1 Kan man säga att en person inte är FRÄLST så fort vi hör honom/henne säga något som avviker från Guds or…
Annika Björk,
What's So Important About Your Local Church?
What’s so important about your local church? At a time when there’s more Bible teaching than you could ever consume available through radio, television, and the Internet, why should it matter where and how you’re taking in God’s truth? What’s wrong with virtual, web-based congregations for the digital-age church? Why can’t your iPod be your
John MacArthur,
I’m suspicious of para-church organizations. Here’s why
By Elizabeth Prata Where did all these para-church organizations come from? Why do we need them? EPrata photo While laudatory in many cases, these organizations increasingly draw women away from th…
Elizabeth Prata,
Discerning Leaders
Thispost was first published during April 2014. –ed. In myprevious post on discernmentI closed by quoting1 Thessalonians 5:21–22, which is essentially the biblical recipe for discernment: “Examine everything carefully; hold fast to that which is good; abstain from every form of evil.” “Examine everything carefully” (1 Thessalonians 5:21) is a command for all believers. In
John MacArthur,
5 Ways to Get More Out of Your Bible Reading - Enjoying the Journey
Would you like to get more out of your daily Bible reading? We all find ourselves at times going through […]
Scott Pauley,

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