Those of us who have been called to minister in God's church are leaders. Whatever title has been attached to our role will not make us good, bad, or ineffective leaders.
Some members say that they have not received a pastoral visit from their pastor in many years. What kind of message, then, is being sent by the shepherds who do not visit their flock?
This condition is both real and misunderstood. How can pastors and their church members help children and their parents who are thus affected?
Romans 7:7-25 speaks of a profound struggle, a conflict that lies deep within the human condition, and contains some of the most pathetic exclamations in all of Paul's letters.
Here's a way to incorporate drama into the sermon in a way that church members will find refreshing.
In the conclusion of this series, the author shares four lessons he learned that will help ministers as they care for those who grieve.
Three outstanding ministers in the Adventist Church share their thoughts on various ministry-related themes.