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Identifying churches that spend less than 35 percent on staff
Visiting Israel changed my view of two people I thought I knew.
While one left behind impressive buildings, the other demonstrated a fitness that is mysteriously transferable.
One eruption can contaminate your inner space for a l-o-n-g time.
Why is a once honored leadership trait now despised?
How much is enough? That question usually refers to wealth and material consumption. But what about regarding ministry?
It was a chronic problem for the people of Israel. They honored God with their actions and rituals, but their hearts were far from him. Have we fallen into the same trap?
"Everybody is a volunteer." Since anyone can leave at any time depending on the authenticity of our moral authority, that is how we should see those we lead - even the paid employees.
What the health insurance reforms tell us about the new age of adult accountability.
Seeking Christ in an age of complexity.
The true nature of worship.