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Look at these ten creative actions I’ve learned from others.
Forgiving someone before they repent is un-godlike, avoids dealing with serious issues, and while it might offer some temporary and superficial relief, does not produce long-term satisfaction to the conscience nor reconciliation.
Let your sermons be engaging, and let your eyes be open, by all means, but – most of all – let your hearts be eager to be where God is making himself known through the preached word.
The phrase, “restful meetings” does not have to be an oxymoron.
“Rest” and “meetings” can and should go hand-in-hand.
Ministry teams can and should become small groups. Ministry meetings can become small group meetings where everyone leaves rested and energized.
The right response to this sort of pain is not pleasure. It’s holiness.
Liberal sexual orthodoxy is rigorously enforced, and traditional religious orthodoxy is being pushed to the margins.
So what are Christians to do? What’s a way forward for the church and the culture at large?
Here are three possible steps…
There are thousands of ministry blogs to read, but do you ever wonder which ones everyone else is reading? I do, which is why I have compiled a list of the world’s most read Christian faith blogs.