by Dr. M. Stanley Butler
As we enter the tax season, those who are active in ministry are beginning to pull together their financial records to prepare for their annual ling. In practice, we strive to be good stewards of the resources that God provides. Part
God May Be Talking to the Leader in the Office Next Door
I have experience working with pastors who believe they are the only people who can hear the voice of God when it comes to shaping the vision and ministry strategy of a church.
Your ushers can make or break your worship service.
The difference between a grumpy, distracted, and untrained usher compared to a cheerful, engaged, and “serve you with a smile” usher is huge!
I’ve always loved the usher team; it was one of my favorite ministries to lead.
Have you struggled with believing things about yourself that are not true? In this episode, John, Lisa, and Austin Bevere discuss how false beliefs about God, others, and yourself can be overcome with the Word of God.
Jeff Bezos (CEO of Amazon) just went over $100 billion in net worth this week. That is more than the individual GDP of 146 out of 211 countries!
That’s ridiculous prosperity. How do you insure that your soul is prospering that well?
John said, “Beloved, I pray
As expected, the response to my article “Since When Did Jesus Get Connected to Guns?” was fast and furious, especially from those who failed to read the article.
Many adamantly defended their right as Christians to defend themselves, while others pointed to the Second Amendment, despite
Pastors visit church members and others in the hospital. It is what pastors do. And most patients appreciate the ministry and efforts of these pastors.
But that does not mean the pastors’ visits are uneventful. I went to social media to learn about some of the