Awareness that Ellen G. White drew themes and wording from then-current literature has caused some to question her inspiration. But her use of sources is not unique; Biblical writers used noncanonical literature in much the same way.
Whether or not you are gifted as an evangelist, if God has called you to be a leader, you can be involved in leadership evangelism. The eight steps described here can help you lead people to accomplish great things!
How do you handle three churches when all your training has prepared you to pastor only one? This brief how-to article will help you find the key to blending multiple ministries into a coordinated program for reaching the lost.
The day is past when it can he assumed that missionaries sent from Europe and America have much to teach and nothing to learn. The Western
church has gained much from interaction with those who were considered mere receptors.
What is the difference between a religious leader and a Christian leader? The contrast is plain in the New Testament, and Jesus made sure His disciples understood the difference. Would you feel more at home in the Sanhedrin, or in the upper room?
As a pastor, your work includes mundane as well as sublime tasks. You can't spend all your time calling fire down from heaven-sometimes you have to chair the church board! Here's help for making the mundane more meaningful.
Handicappers are the most ubiquitous group in the world. Wherever you live, you encounter them. But does the church minister effectively to them? Here's how you can make your ministry to this special group more constructive.