Bob explains the reasoning behind keeping the lights low during the music in a worship service as well as his reasoning to keep them bright. This may seem like a small issue, but in many churches, it can lead to intense debate.
Garrett reflects on research by Howard Hendricks into the reasons pastors fall. Pastors, if you notice these patterns in your own ministry, I plead with you to find someone whom you can trust and work through this before it is too late.
I’ve heard most of these phrases on SportsCenter, but I have to admit, many of these would throw me off if I heard them while preaching. I’m also trying to imagine the reaction of some more reserved congregations if a few congregants were to use these.
Trevin shares some details of the changes made by President Ronnie Floyd to the SBC Annual Meeting that will be held this June in Columbus, Ohio. For my Southern Baptist readers, I encourage you to join us for this year’s meeting.
When some think of ministry, what they really mean is programming. But programming doesn’t mean ministry. Fabs explains why it matters that you make the distinction.
Easter is coming in a month. Are you ready? Are you planning ahead?