For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God afore prepared that we should walk in them. Ephesians 2:10 ASV I glorified thee on the earth, having accomplished the work which thou hast given me to do. John 17:4 ASV Insignificant–It’s a word that brings to mind so many feelings and images. Our culture—secular and Christian—cultivates this idea that women … Read More
Originally posted on theyouthministryblog.com. Header image provided through creative commons by Robert Couse-Baker. While deployed as an Army Chaplain on Operation Enduring Freedom in Europe, God taught me some lessons about time management. While my unit was not in a combat area, the deployment made me think about the brevity of my life and how I had spent my time up until … Read More
A new LifeWay Research poll shows the need for biblically-grounded, theological education.
We must not make leadership harder than it is by following faulty patterns of leadership. Spurn fleshly tendencies toward power and pride and learn to lead in the shape of the cross.
When what’s really important gets marginalized, work your time toward the margin.
The journey of ministry can be quite challenging. It is even more challenging when we choose to make the journey alone. The journey of ministry is best traveled with friends!
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.