Time reveals one’s faith, writes Vika Pechersky. Jesus will return one day. When he does, will he find faith here on the earth?
When everything presses for our attention, how do we discern and attend to that which is most important? Ralph E. Enlow explains.
Leaders are often encouraged to recognize negative traits and correct them. But true and lasting change comes only when leaders do business with their defective sense of self.
There’s one area of temptation that’s especially common but nearly unknown, says Harold L. Senkbeil. It’s acedia, and its sad results litter the wreckage of many a ministry.
Without realizing it, pastor Bob Stevenson mythologized Jesus. He equated pastoring with following. But he’s learning three practices that keep him from making Jesus a myth.
After a major transition and spiraling out of control, Mark Meynell found himself in the cruel tedium of what Winston Churchill called his “black dog.”