Good teaching does more than entertain or transfer information. Good teaching changes behavior.
Four pastors talk about what they do with their time.
The Christian's response to time is quite different from the non-Christian's.
Help for the youth minister who faces an irrational, unjustified, or just plain unexpected confrontation.
The unique problems and opportunities of pastoring rural, yoked churches.
What to do when the church has always done it that way.
Ministry happens best when we study the world along with the Word, says this veteran pastor and urban strategist.
Different facets of a common struggle
A beloved churchman discusses how a healthy devotional life should bear fruit in our relationship with others.
Prayer is the first thing we talk about but the last thing we do.
A dialogue with Richard Foster and Henri Nouwen
Pastors suffer from depression at about the same frequency as the general population—and two to four percent of the general population suffer from depression at any one time.
A pastor on the rural-urban fringe talks about the challenges of pastoring small churches.
The influences that led one man to a deeper devotional life.
The Servants of the Paraclete is a counseling service in St. Louis, Missouri, where priests suffering from burn-out go for guidance.
Getting older is like racing in the Indianapolis 500. The last 10 miles are what the first 490 are all about.