Enjoy the honeymoon while it lasts.
It will end for most of you.
I love hearing from pastors and other church staff about their honeymoons and the reasons they ended. Here are the top seven reasons I compiled from those conversations.
Because reality sets in. The honeymoon
The apostle Peter made a point in his final epistle that escaped my attention for a long time. He wrote, “I plan to keep on reminding you of these things—even though you already know them and are standing firm in the truth” (2 Peter 1:12
Moving past the blessing
When asked why a person supports Israel, most Christians respond with Genesis 12:3, the biblical verse where God tells Abraham that He would bless those who blessed him and would curse those who cursed Him. While certainly a pertinent scripture, it cannot
One of the most common asked questions people ask me is, “How can I know what God wants next for my life?” AND…after being in ministry for nearly 20 years I’ve discovered that much of the time people don’t actually want to move on to
What is revival? It is God “stepping down from heaven” and baring His holy arm. He comes and acts and speaks. There is a holy presence and a word on fire. God is in the midst of His people. The Lord is shaking the world.
There are a lot of us Baby Boomer pastors and Christian leaders around. And it’s cliché, but we aren’t getting any younger. It’s a quiet question that many are asking, but they are asking it nonetheless: What age should I retire?
Instead of responding with a