A story about wanting to have tea with Queen Elizabeth, and how that relates to Romans 5:2.
No, this isn’t a post about swearing. Though that’s probably not a great idea either.
You have a Sunday morning coming up with no one to preach. What are you going to do? This checklist will help you find a guest preacher and equip him to fill in successfully.
Congratulations! Preaching the Word of God is a high honor, and one that you should take very seriously. However, guest preaching is more complicated than simply showing up and preaching. I’ve put together a checklist that I use for my own guest preaching engagements, and I’m sharing it here in hopes that it will help you as well.
I’ve come to realize that for most of us, evangelism is never going to come easy. You can learn the programs and techniques of how to share your faith (and those can be useful), but at the end of the day, you still have to open your mouth and talk to that person across from you. It’s going to suck.
The prospect of reading older books can be rather daunting, particularly when it comes to Christian books. But there are older Christian works that have stood the test of time yet are more accessible to the average reader. Here are ten such works for your consideration.
It’s no secret that Scripture memory is a vital tool in the Christian discipleship toolbelt, but how do we avoid taking verses out of context? I propose a better way.