Peter shares some findings from a recent study by Biblica on why Bible reading has decreased. The main reasons are due to people reading the Bible in fragments, a-historically, and in isolation.
When you are a leader, it’s critical for you to continually remind others of the meaning behind the essential language of the organization. Those important words require both definition and repetition.
Al Mohler shares why it’s important for pastors to also be theologians. Partly because it is essential in “teaching, preaching, defending, and applying the great doctrines of the faith.”
In a recent post, I noted how we might be seeing an end to worship wars within the church. I even listed that as one of my predictions for 2014. In step with my posts, Carey shares five ways to address those worship wars.
At the newly launched Pastors Today website, Ron shows five links between physical discipline and spiritual discipline.
This new research from Gallup shows how the trust factor for pastors and clergy has declined in recent years. In fact, less than half of Americans rate clergy highly on honesty and ethics.