Stop. Breathe. Be. Sometimes we all need a breather. The Soul Care Collective invites you to take a moment to encounter God in the stillness as you enter into a rhythm of breathing and being that will not only reveal the longings of your heart, but satisfy the deepest of them.
In part 1 of the series, we wrote about the mission side of Wesley’s crystal-clear vision. His mission was to save souls for Christ....
I can't believe the reaction I've gotten to yesterday's post about the old cliché about "making the Bible come alive." I've gotten some significant...
What is the one most important thing you can give your child? Sarah Damaska weighs in.
Need more sermon series ideas for Advent? Chris Howlett shares a series idea that revolves around the idea of anticipation for Christmas.
To be a follower is not a valued characteristic in our culture, is it? If someone asked us if we wanted our children to grow up to be followers or leaders, I’m guessing most of us would say leaders. When we hire or promote someone at work are we looking for leaders or followers? But have you ever heard of a group that offers follower training? It’s even something we say as sort of an insult: “that person is such a follower.” I wonder if that’s why we have a hard time following Jesus...
God's will is absolutely the best that can happen to us under any circumstance. Cooperating with God doesn't produce hardship, but harmony.
Our interview series with Craig Keener about his new book, Miracles: The Credibility of The New Testament Accounts, continues. Today Craig talks about miraculous stories involving our church fathers like John Wesley and Augustine.
In the Old Testament book of Exodus we read the account of the Israelites journey out of slavery, through the desert and into the Promised Land. This journey provides the ultimate illustration for our spiritual journey and Moses as their leader, demonstrates that the disciplines provide the access point to God’s Presence.
Each season has its ebb and flow, its ups and downs. Why is it, then, that we are still wrapping our minds around change management and leading change within local congregations? Think of change like you think of the seasons.