To avoid stress and burnout in pursuit of our calling, we must rely on the sovereignty of God. We cannot do it all, but we must do what God calls us to do.
If people feel welcome in your church, it is likely that they will return and grow in discipleship. Do they feel welcome and will they come back?
Preaching which provides information without pushing for transformation does not build the church. In this post we identify why true preaching calls us into deeper relationship.
Preaching doesn’t need to be flashy or entertaining to be effective. Here are some thoughts on which preachers have made an impact on me and why.
I’m interested in hearing from anyone that would like to write a guest post for Attempts at Honesty. See these guiines and contact me if you’re interested.
Malcolm Muggeridge is attributed as saying, “new news is old news happening to new people.” Jeremiah warns us of repeating the errors of ancient Israel.
The church does not have a great record on addressing doubt within the body. Jesus’ interaction with John the Baptist provides some ides on handling doubt.
Too often, we fight the culture war by ing a trench and lobbing arguments at the enemy trench. Better we meet between the trenches.