Where is ‘accountability’ in the Bible?
How can we achieve accountability beyond the local church that is not either stifling control or a form of accountability that really means nothing in practice?
We are far more fruitful when we work together. How does this work itself out practically in our lives?
The Christian life is not like an airport travelator, it is more like a treadmill.
We cannot disciple people from the pulpit alone. Mike shares some keys on coffee-shop discipleship.
Each one of us will occasionally miss God’s message to us because of our misgivings regarding the messenger that God chooses to speak through.
What should we do if we find ourselves in a church governed by a leader who has become a law unto himself?
Too often, in misunderstanding Jesus’ words, Christians tiptoe around the elephant in the room that causes broken relationships and conflict.
Reading Christian books can often be confusing and unhelpful. How can we choose and read wisely?
As a lion’s eye always locks onto the new-born calf in the herd, the strategy of Satan is to crush the life of God when it is still young and vulnerable.
With an ever changing drinking culture all around us, maybe it’s time to take a fresh look at how kingdom culture should look as well.
The question is: what is truly loving? The apostle Paul wrote; “Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom…” (Colossians 3:16). To admonish literally means ‘to warn’.
Jesus said in Luke 16:11, “So if you have not been trustworthy in handling worldly wealth, who will trust you with true riches?” As a team we have known tests and blessing in this area and here are my reflections for church leaders.