There’s so much talk today about what it takes to be a man. Gender roles in our culture are probably more confused today than they ever have been.
If there’s one thing I know about myself, it’s that I could improve on my communication skills. I don’t enjoy idle talk, which means I’m not a big fan of “girl parties.”
Do you know why I love this time of year? It’s football season! I love sitting down and relaxing for a few hours while I watch a game on TV.
Back when my kids were younger, I was an incredible Monopoly player.
Recently I watched an episode of Larry King Live that featured a five-member panel made up of ministers who were there to give their thoughts on the subject of God and war.
Yes, our battle is a spiritual one! And because of this, we must use the spiritual weapon of prayer.
In looking back over the years, I realize that I searched and worked for many things I thought would bring me happiness.
It can be pretty convicting when we think about our own prayer lives.
The joys of being a pastor are innumerable. But there is one joy that sits high above all others, and it is the joy of seeing a human life transformed by the presence and power of God.
It’s hard to believe that my yard is once again blooming with flowers and grass that is turning to a bright shade of green.
“How do I know God’s will for my life?” As a pastor, this is easily one of the most common questions I hear. In the uncertainty of the world today, people are grasping for a secure place to seek rest…the will of God.
A few months ago I stumbled across a very interesting study. The goal of the survey was to determine what the most common questions Americans were asking today, and do you know what the study found was the most asked question?
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