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Christian Leaders Disagree, So Who Deserves My Vote?
How Christian voters can rightly discern political issues.
For Christian voters, navigating the waters of politics during an election season can pose challenges, and it requires discernment. In recent months, religious
Why I Don’t Preach Politics (A Follow-Up with Q & R)
Last week's post on politics in the pulpit generated some great dialog. Here's a synopsis of that dialog in a Question & Response format.
Last week's post on politics in the pulpit generated some great dialog. “Why is it wrong to preach politics from the pulpit?”. It's not wrong to preach politics from the pulpit.
You’re Not Always Right
We all have biases that affect the way we interpret the Bible.
topics. By reading the entire Bible and gleaning the truths there, we do gain insight on things like politics, parenting, dating, marriage, and doctrine. We
Why Do People Only Notice My Clothes?
The reason we get more compliments on our clothing than our sermons
Take off the coat and tie, roll up the sleeves, and now he's a man's man. (Watch politics.) And, most men look good in the outfit. As Jane Austen might have said, “It is most unfair.”.
Politics and Your Church
You need to know what you can and can't print or post online.
Politics and Your Church. You need to know what you can and can't print or post online. Adapted from an article inPolitics and the Pulpit. Stay informed on church law issues.
Have a Caleb Spirit
Sometimes following God means being a really bad politician
0; tweet; email; print. "Politics is a fact of life," the leader said. He meant, "Politics is a fact of life in this church-related structure." He added, "Maybe you need to be more of a politician.".
Preaching Paradox and the Paradox of Preaching
Dangling questions can be more powerful than trite answers.
2. Open up about your struggle with paradox. Someone once said that politics is the art of swallowing frogs whilst smiling. Sometimes preaching feels the same.
The Year of Fear
How do we minister amid terrorist attacks, racial violence, and the most polarized election in memory?
2. Shifting Assumptions About Sexuality. Cohabitation happens for many reasons: family history, financial pressures, and the complications of insurance coverage.
Neither Jew nor Greek … Republican nor Democrat
Mark Batterson on leading a church in our nation’s capital during a divisive election season.
We have the opportunity to influence influencers. I was a pre-law major at University of Chicago my freshman year, and one piece of that was politics.
The Plight of the Falling Pastor
Scott Sauls on why leaders wander—and how churches can help them stay on the path.
If you find yourself feeling more at home with people who share your politics but not your faith than you do with people who share your faith but not your politics, there are probably some