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LEAD YOUR CHURCH TO LOVE YOUR CITY

Within a half hour of the writing of this article, I noticed some p...

6 COMMON GAPS BETWEEN KIDS AND STUDENT MINISTRIES—AND HOW TO BRIDGE THEM

This summer my 13-year-old son and I went on a mission trip to Jama...

Advent Devotional (Week 1): Faith

Week One focuses on how waiting on God can strengthen our f...

Four Ways We are to Shepherd our Groups

The elders of the church were put in place to shepherd the congrega...

3 WAYS TO HELP YOUR CHILDREN TAKE JESUS SERIOUSLY

“Help my children take Jesus seriously.”

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WHAT DO WE BELIEVE AND HOW SHOULD WE BELIEVE IT?

If all of God’s word is true, and if we’re to obey all ...

HOW DID JESUS TREAT WOMEN?

Unless you’ve been blissfully disconnected from social media ...

4 WAYS TO INSTILL A CULTURE OF HOSPITALITY IN YOUR SMALL GROUP

I can’t count the number of times I’ve heard someone sa...

How to Show Your Pastor Appreciation

As a pastor’s wife, I’ve often found myself in a positi...

5 WAYS TO INSTILL A LOVE OF THE BIBLE IN YOUR KIDS

My oldest approached me a few days ago and asked if we could meet a...

GOD SENT JONAH TO NINEVEH—WHERE’S HE SENDING YOU?

God told Jonah to go to Nineveh and call them to repent. The proble...

IS YOUR HOME CENTERED ON THE GOSPEL OR YOUR KIDS?

When my husband and I were newly married, he received a phone call ...

The Gospel Project

The Gospel Project provides theological yet p...

VBS 2020 - GAME ON

Game On! is the perfect opportunity to incorp...

Sermon Series: God's Story, Part 1

This five-sermon series teaches the beginning of God's story, a...

Sermon: Crumbs for Dogs - Matthew 15

Introduction

Jesus met a desperate woman...

Sermon: You Can Be Forgiven - Exodus 34

This sermon is an Old Testament illustration of how the relationshi...

Sermon: Abraham, Called of God - Genesis 12

Introduction

Abraham is a perfect example of someone wh...

Things We Can Learn From Women At The Cross

Christians around the world will reflect today on the sacrifice Chr...

4 Ways Hurting People Help People

A popular cliché, and one I have used, is “hurting peo...

I Will Be a Functioning Church Member

It was a big deal for this young boy living in the small Southern t...