Do you want to accomplish more each day? Resist the temptation to go it alone.
Has life become more complicated than necessary? Maybe it’s time to locate square one, identify step one, and begin again — at the beginning.
There are times when you can easily get out of doing what you need to do. Or … you can choose to walk on.
How do Paul’s exhortations to Timothy, the preacher, apply to us today?
You can’t always control outcomes, but you can control one thing that is guaranteed to work in your favor every time.
One of the greatest gifts you can give to others is to leave the past in the past.
When you hear the toll of unforgiving thoughts, it’s time to stop for a moment, and make sure you’ve let go of the rope
We may not be able to see the net below us, but it’s there.
There’s a question nearly every pastor struggles with at some time (and for some, it’s every Sunday):
What should I preach next?
When checkmate is your next move, you don’t waste time re-arranging your pawns.
“A wise teacher’s words spur students to action and emphasize important truths.” What does this say about our preaching?
What if, today, we made it our objective to speak words of hope, healing and encouragement in every conversation?