Despite what many pastors think, your members are not just like you.
We’ve turned from the one true God and turned to the gods of convenience and choice, and so we will sacrifice anything—even what is most precious—to appease our gods.
As churches grow, and in our day expand to multiple sites, the dynamics of “culture keeping” are becoming more critical than ever.
Real drama is real life, lived in view of the created order: love, sin, desperation, judgment, hope, and restoration. Les Misérables captures it well.
The world wants to impress others with their so-called wisdom, but you must be different, even if that means appearing to be fools in the eyes of the world.
Want to know the key passages where Paul discusses justification or his advice on dealing with governmental authorities or food offered to idols?
Dr. Chuck Fuller of the SBC affiliated Anderson University discusses two very important reasons why ministry students should consider getting their undergraduate degree in ministry.
Calvin passed away unexpectedly Sunday after complications from heart surgery.
At his “Conventional Thinking” blog, R. Albert Mohler Jr. offers eight points of reflection regarding the 2012 Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting that took place this week in New Orleans. In the article, “Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight – The 2012 Southern Baptist Convention,” Mohler comments on the importance of leadership, doctrine and the SBC’s name and mission, as well as the election of Fred Luter as the convention’s first African-American president.