Identifying and resisting the things that cause you to stumble.
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A Leadership Journal interview with Craig Groeschel and Kyle Idleman
What's a pastor do when he can't find the peace he's preached for years?
What I learned about grace and redemption through my friendship with a Christian pariah.
A Leadership Journal review
A visitor to our church had an unwanted guest
When the atmosphere of your group turns toxic, it might be the work of a malevolent spirit.
We are engaged in a battle with unseen forces.
In the end, Satan loses. But until then, we're in for a battle.
Our editors have compiled our best on Temptation topics from the archives. Here you'll find ground-breaking, honest, wise coverage that sets Leadership Journal apart.
In Leadership's earliest years, this article evoked more responses than any other. Long before issues with pornography were discussed openly, one pastor anonymously shared the extent of his struggle with lust.
Some practical steps can help maintain sexual purity and effective ministry.
One of Leadership's most-requested pieces, this article outlines practical steps for avoiding the lure of a pervasive temptation.
When a pastor struggles with an addiction, who needs to know?
People respond to vulnerability and authenticity, but how much should a pastor share about his struggles? When a pastor is struggling with addictive behavior, who needs to know?
Many in ministry Did Not Finish. What can we do about that?
Numerous ministries have been derailed by moral failures. Moral faithfulness requires accountability, honesty, and the acknowledgment of temptations.
Certain approaches to ministry lead to self-destruction.
Written by a woman who witnessed the devastation of sexual addiction firsthand when her husband (a pastor) was convicted of a felony sexual offense, this article explores whether addictions are fostered by a life in ministry.