Rather, we need a sense of perspective and proportion. Instead of feting ourselves quite so much, can we not sacrifice a bit more and thereby more effectively advance the spread of the Gospel?
The reality of Christ’s coming should shape how we see and live in this broken world of ours right now in 2013. Christ has come. He is the King. Our hope is secure!
Welcome to 2013. Will our culture grow darker, or will we Christians light a candle?
I wonder if we know when to make a change. Yes, we know what we want to change, and when we have windows of opportunity, but that is different than knowing when it is time to change no matter what the cost.
It's a new year, but some things remain the same. Take Islamists for example. In Nigeria, Islamic extremists slaughtered 15 Christians. In Syria, members of the rebel group supported by the U.S. have murdered a Christian pastor, his wife and three children
Do you make New Year's resolutions? Many of the changes we want to make are often practical -- from losing a few pounds to keeping our cars and closets better organized. Some of our resolutions might delve a bit deeper.
It’s that time of year again; time to look back at the year that was, and look forward to the year ahead.
When every part of a human is working as it was designed to work by God, then a man is happy.
I think that with the right attitude going in, the following resolutions can help to get the New Year off to a positive start.
What would a set of New Year’s resolutions look like for you and your church, your role as a leader, or simply as someone who wants to live a life of strategic Kingdom investment?
The new millennium looks a lot like the old millennium if you take out advances in technology.
Rather than dwell on the best and worst of 2008, it may be a better use of our time to look ahead to what's in store for our country in the new year.