“Sermon delivery does not matter. The content of the sermon is what matters,” the student stridently asserted. As his preaching professor, I said, “The delivered sermon is the content.” I pressed a bit further, asking
Twenty-five years of counseling has led me to realize that many people spend ninety-five percent of their energy focusing on things they cannot control and five percent of their energy focused on the things they
An excerpt from In the Arena: The Promise of Sports for Christian Discipleship On April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson, a 28-year-old rookie, courageously ran onto Ebbets Field transforming one of the most sacred spaces in American
Part 1 (see here), focuses on the many challenges pastors face in leading their congregations through this health crisis and time of COVID-19 social isolation. Simply put, churches exist to meet and most are not
Pastors face many challenges in leading their congregations through this health crisis and time of COVID-19 social isolation. None bigger than not being able to gather corporately for worship. Simply put, churches exist to meet.