I very much want to finish my time here on earth making Jesus known, hoping I can pull it off without the need to become known in the process.
Church membership doesn’t guarantee us a spot in heaven, yet it certainly has its benefits.
I have plenty of information at my disposal. What I need is wisdom.
At the end of the day, some clichés still communicate well and serve a useful purpose.
Aspirations for leadership are great, as long as we first seek to become faithful followers of Christ.
As believers, we not only have something to sing about, but Someone to praise.
Going to youth camp gave me a chance to reconnect to this important segment of society.
What impresses me even more about Christ was the time He spent alone.
I’ll never forget what a seasoned fundraising consultant said to me soon after I took a job in the development office at a small Baptist college in the late 1980s. […]
I’m thrilled about the young pastors that God is calling and using in churches. I just hope the phones start ringing for Baby Boomer preachers across the country who still have much left in the tank.