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.
Expectation obfuscation takes place when a church or its leaders fail to adopt, document, communicate, and evaluate ministry expectations.
Recently, a group of pastors, professors, and other leaders posted “A Statement of the Traditional Southern Baptist Understanding of God’s Plan of Salvation” at www.sbctoday.com. Signing their own names to the statement, the authors encourage other Southern Baptists to read and also sign. The statement aims to “reflect the beliefs of the majority of Southern Baptists, who are not Calvinists” … Read More
Advancing God’s mission happens through preaching God’s word.
Tweeting is the equivalent of saying something very loudly in a large room full of people with whom you have varying degrees of relationship. Don’t tweet what you wouldn’t say in that room. Rather, “give grace to those who hear.”
Models and mentors play important roles, but when these relationships mingle with our fleshly aspirations, we plummet into despair. Career comparison is a formula for depression.
If the gospel of Jesus is the foundation on which we build our lives, then everything must be connected to it.
God sets the expectations. We must align ours with His.
Dr. Chuck Fuller examines why the Good News often comes to those who need it most. Jesus came for the desperate, not the self-sufficient.