As a car can still look good, although the fuel tank is empty, so also can we as ministers still look good to others when our souls are empty. But we are spiritually ineffective.
How do you make certain that the center of the message is Jesus Christ and not you?Read article
For anyone interested in ministry on any secular college or university campus, The Word on Campus is essential reading.Read article
When we listen to those who speak to us, what do we communicate to them? What do we communicate to them when we don't?Read article
Though we may try to come up with our rules for appropriate Sabbath observance, the Bible itself doesn't give us many.Read article
Two pastors share their ideas about interacting with their congregations through the sermon.Read article
How does the church demonstrate God's plan for redemption and reconciliation and adopt a godly perspective for the complete restoration of the believers?Read article
Lessons in ministry from a layperson turned pastor.Read article
How? The answer may be simpler and easier than we think.Read article
Oftentimes pastors become so busy and enthralled in keeping their church or churches functional they seldom have or take time to commune with the Lord of the church. To spend time contemplating the Divine when things more measurable need to be done and should be done may seem inappropriate or an anachronism. In the light of the pastor's busyness, they view contemplation of God as an extravagance that can be postponed for a more convenient season.Read article
In the complex leadership environment in which we find ourselves in the twenty-first century, does Ellen White, a visionary from the nineteenth century, still have wisdom to lend the leaders of today?