Ruth and Joe Cook, from their own personal and professional experience, offer church leaders a view of what sexual abuse survivors need.
11/28/2023 - By Ruth & Joe Cook
Ron Danley explores how ministers can become emotionally unhealthy and suggests practices for tending to one’s emotional well-being.
11/20/2023 - By Ron Danley
Abortion has a long history. State and federal government has weighed in on the practice. Personal questions remain.
11/14/2023 - By Gay N. Lewis
God made us for more than to be productive and useful, Kaitlyn Anderson contends. He made us to be with him.
11/07/2023 - By Kaitlyn Anderson
Ron Danley offers suggestions and guiding questions to help ministers gain a better understanding of how they think and can think better.
11/06/2023 - By Ron Danley
We’re used to wearing a lot of hats, switching them constantly, trying to do all the things we think are expected. But what does Jesus expect?
11/01/2023 - By Cintia Aguilar
“Obedience in ‘not yet’ is fully embracing your responsibilities in the tension of what is and what is coming”—even though it’s not here yet.
10/31/2023 - By Abby Manes
Ron Danley suggests several obstacles to ministers maintaining physical health and provides prompts for overcoming those barriers.
10/24/2023 - By Ron Danley
Citing Matthew 7:13-14, Matt Richard issues a challenge to take the narrow way that aligns with Christ, not one political party or another.
10/23/2023 - By Matt Richard
“When we are on the road to fellowship and intimacy with our God, there will be resistance. … Getting to know God is worth the effort.”
10/18/2023 - By D. Scozzari
Leon Blevins, retired government professor, describes the Founding Fathers’ intention for separating church and state.
10/16/2023 - By Leon Blevins
Ron Danley introduces a series on minister self-care covering five areas: physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and relational.
10/10/2023 - By Ron Danley