I have read a lot of self help articles about being a good leader. But most of them have it all wrong. Why can I say that? It is because most people have a wrong view of what it takes to become a leader.
In a previous post, I outlined the problem of division in the church. Today I seek to discuss the reasons why it takes place. I can think of four reasons why church leaders cause division over non-essentials: pride, misunderstanding, insecurity and idolatry.
In the debate over homosexual marriage, we must maintain perspective. We can press for external conformity or be used by God to bring internal change.
Why do the Gospel writers spend so much ink on the Pharisees? What is the lesson we gain from this?