Domain of Influence
I’m afraid that we may have bred in the hearts of pastors today a desire for greater platforms instead of greater faithfulness. Humbly accepting our domains of influence and being faithful to them is the key to being content in the ministry God gives us.
The Limping, Elevenish Recipients of the Great Commission
It was never about the quality of the disciples, it was always about the greatness of the King who graciously includes us in His Kingdom work.
The Minimalist Pastoral Library: 19 Book Recommendations for Those Starting Out
If you are just starting to build your library, this list will point you in some helpful directions. If you have a growing library, perhaps a recommendation or two will reveal a title that you haven’t read yet.
The Curse Of Motivational Speaking
Motivational speaking is not biblical preaching. It is a blight on the landscape of true evangelicalism. It is filling the churches with dead people who are being told to live as if they are alive. We need to return to the good old gospel that truly gives life to the dead and sets men and women free.
Three Characteristics of a Good Leader
- Good leaders clearly communicate expectations.
- Good leaders keep the target stationary.
- Good leaders listen to the voices of those they lead.
How 30 Days Without Social Media Changed My Life
30 days ago, I made the decision to give up social media for a month. Well, here I am, reporting that I’m still alive and that the past month has been life changing – the most successful month of my existence.