This teaching looks at the fourth critical component of a good response to suffering: Eternal Perspective.Malcolm Webber
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Something felt, well, wrong about the whole thing. I had gone to him for advice, some professorial counsel about choices that lay before me, as I was nearly finished with my graduate studies. I had options, six options to be exact. And people who have had the fortune of finding themselves with more than one […]Russell West
There are two different views on severance or financial support for a fallen ministry leader.Eric Geiger
In our reshaping day and age of fluid culture, society and Church, what are the truest healthy signs of Christian leadership? At the epicenter of our Christian cultures today, what are the real, timeless essentials that we have to gather around? Are you confident that the culture you’re a part of today is truly biblical?Nick Franks
“An idea that’s important to me is, ‘Bloom where you’re planted.’ I’ve become more comfortable recognizing that this is what God calls us to surrender to. God moved me here, gave me the opportunities to do the things I’ve done, and now I get to help influence another generation to use their time, talents, and treasures for His glory.”Kelsey McFaul
Would you recall with me for a few minutes the powerful verses in the book of Proverbs that describe the awful human condition named by the Bible as idleness? For our good health, Solomon’s library of wisdom includes a very graphic set of word-pictures that relate to our personal work, rest and play: the slovenliness […]Nick Franks
The line for the Late Show with David Letterman wound completely around the block. Arriving early to stand in the cold with a horde of fans, I was accompanied by several Northwestern University students who wanted their pastor to join them in experiencing Letterman’s visit to Chicago. I was delighted at the invitation and a […]David Goodman