Rescue: It’s What Christians Do
Sometimes God sends people to dust us off and carry us back to Jesus and his living water.
No Small Print, No Exclusions
Let’s not complicate salvation: There are no exceptions to who can receive it.
Let Your Life Tell the Story
Do your actions, words, and choices tell the greatest story ever told of grace and mercy?
Are You Praying For Spirit-led Conviction?
Does your church pray for the Holy Spirit to call souls to Christ?
How Then Do We Live in a Divisive Culture
Being in the world but not of it means we have to communicate with enemies of Christ.
3 Ways to Be an Effective Witness
When there’s an opportunity, don’t blow the chance to share your life-changing story.
8 Christian Virtues in Peter’s Last Words
To be a fruitful, effective, and mature Christian, there are certain steps that must be taken.
The Old You vs. The New You
Don’t try to make up for your old life, just focus on the one who makes all things new.
5 Judgement-Free Ways to Love the Lost
What would you do if you witnessed injustice, judgement and hypocrisy?
Worldly Acclaim is Noise and Nonsense
Worldly achievements mean nothing, but how you lived for Christ means gaining the whole world.
Heaven is NOT an Achievement
You can’t earn it because you don’t deserve it, so just accept it and be changed forever.
Most Important Question of Your Life
There’s nothing a human can do to enter heaven. It’s just a gift you willingly accept.
God, rich in love and mercy, wants you to come to Him and surrender what you have been holding onto.
Yes, You CAN Have Faith That Moves Mountains
A life of fulfillment starts and ends with the decision of your life: following Jesus.
What the Televangelists Don’t Tell You
They’re right. You can receive health and wealth, but not by following a rule book.
Who? What? When? Where? Why? How?
Paul made sure his message was clear to believers: Spreading the gospel is up to you.
Spreading Jesus vs. Spreading Opinions
Non-believers will only want what we have if they see fruits of the Spirit in us.
If You’re a Christian, You’re a Missionary
Leaving, embracing and invading is exactly what Jesus did, and we should do as well.
What it Really Means to Preach
Preaching is a weighty task because by definition the preacher communicates on behalf of God.
Sit at the table
We might be rough, but despite our brokenness, God still chooses to use us.
5 Reasons the Gospel Needs Strong Language
Accepting Christ is necessary, but it is not the full picture.
How to Have a Loving Confrontation
Biblical confrontation is important and necessary, but it must be motivated by love.
7 Steps to Determine Your Church’s Vision – Part Two
A vision statement should reflect your current ministries and the ministries you intend to implement.
Which Cross Do You Carry?
The cross meant pain and agony, but now it means hope, peace, and life.
5 Ways to Evaluate Your Church’s Operating Systems
Systems need to be values driven, mission directed, vision focused then strategy accomplished.
Examine your life – your words, your actions, your intentions and commit them to the Lord.
Lessons From Covid and Losing the Sense of Taste
How will people know Jesus, the light of the world, if we hide that light.
Weighing the Cost
There are things we must give up in order to follow Jesus.
The Cost of Making Disciples
Disciple making is a commitment to open up your life to another person.
What Does Jesus Want Your Church to Do?
Christ is the ultimate seeker. He seeks and saves the lost.
A Final Resting Place
Jesus knew there was a high price to secure your final resting place, and paid it.
Passing the Baton: A Smooth Pastor Transition
A successful transition depends on much prayer, preparation, planning, a process, and it is the work of God.
Church Planting is a Lot Like Surfing
I’m not sure there’s a difference between surfing and being a part of a church plant.
When God Attends Summer Camp
Summer camp is more than just water games and bunk beds; It can be a life changer.
Who is the GOAT according to Jesus?
Achieving earthly greatness is meaningless according to the greatest in heaven.
Inclusivity and Woke-ness in America
Instead of going overboard with inclusion in our culture, why don’t we love inclusively?
Hopelessness Was Due to the God-Sized Hole in His Heart
His story is no different from yours if your life seems meaningless and hopeless.
Being Redeemed and Choosing Life
The Greatest Love Story of all time is beautifully portrayed in the Bible through Rulth.
How to Have a No-Regrets 2021
Don’t spend your life running from Jesus, who is the Truth and our only source of hope.
What God Can Do With a Broken Screen Door
Renovating is all the rage, but God has been in the renewal business since time began.
What is the Story We Should be Telling? Part Three
As we tell our changed-life stories, do we focus on what we did or what Jesus did?
What is Grace? God’s Love When You Mess Up
When we accept the incredible gift of grace, we can see the freedom Christ came to give us.
It’s Messy, But It’s My Story
I did all the right things and was a relatively “good” kid, but I knew I was missing something.
Are We Telling His Story Through Our Actions? Part Two
Do our actions point others to who Jesus is and his power to save?
Christmas, Advent, and Jesus
When God sent his Son to earth, he said everything he wanted to say to the world.
God’s Promises Fulfilled in Immanuel
God’s promise of giving us a Son as a Savior is a beautifully consistent note that reverberates throughout the entirety […]
Here’s What Peter Says to Discouraged Pastors
God has given you stewardship of your church, but willingness to follow is not up to you.
Do You Love to Tell the Story? Part One
Do your words point to Jesus or do they carelessly divide the body of Christ?
Peace is not an Empty Promise but a Guarantee
Today’s chaos is similar to the circumstances surrounding Jesus’ birth, but God . . .
Where Has All the Compassion Gone?
Religion is often self-centered, but God calls us to be others-centered.