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The Power of Women Helping Each Other
Follow the example of Harriet Tubman.
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Just as Tubman went back to help others, we must also "go back" and help those still enslaved by sin, those who are struggling with hardships, and those who need to be mentored.
When You Feel Like You Can Never Do Enough
How to follow a sacrificial Savior without losing yourself in ministry
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So when I became a Christian—which I did because I wanted to know God, not because I felt a lot of guilt for sin—I wasn't sure what to do when I learned I was sinner.
Pastor, How Do You Pray for Your Church?
10 ministry leaders respond.
Columbia. As a pastor, I have taken to heart the words of the prophet Samuel who did not want to sin by failing to pray for his people (1 Sam. 12:23). When
Kyle Idleman: God Never Wastes What We Go Through
Helping people experience grace and embracing confession in pastoral ministry.
To understand the beauty of God's grace requires me to recognize the ugliness of my own sin. When I confess my sin to trustworthy people around me, the darkness loses its grip on me.
Lent for Leaders
In our effort to help others observe the season, we can fail to consider what we need.
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Perhaps you've noticed that some of your congregants use Lent as a way to gain God's favor rather than repenting of sin and consecrating themselves to God.
Ashley Madison and the Danger of Glamorizing the Sin We Denounce
Exposing someone to a previously unknown opportunity to sin makes us foolhardy at best, and co-conspirators at worst.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Exposing someone to a previously unknown opportunity to sin makes us foolhardy at best, and co-conspirators at worst. Does Emphasizing Sin Unintentionally Promote Sin?
The Root of Ministry Effectiveness
What every church leader should know about organizational culture
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Different ministries seemed to operate by different rules. It wasn't that the church hid a major sin or intentionally misled this leader during the search.
Let's Stop Adding ‘Yeah, But’ to Simple Declarations of Grace
Sometimes grace needs to take an uninterrupted victory lap through our lives.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
by Karl Vaters. Read as Single PagePage 1 of 2. Image: Bhope34 | Flickr. 0; tweet; email; print. Sin is real. But grace is stronger. That is also true when we talk about sin and grace.
Advent: Waiting for Everything to Be as It Should
Including the church.
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This Advent, I've been singing O Holy Night with new fervor: Long lay the world in sin and error pining. 'Till he appeared and the soul felt its worth. A thrill of hope the weary world rejoices
My Struggle to Remain Faithful
I’m not shocked by leaders on the Ashley Madison list.
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It shocks us to hear that women leaders struggle with sexual sin, but it's more common than we know. So let me break the silence and tell you about my own struggles with sexual sin.
Keys to Preventing Adultery
Resisting sexual temptation involves taking practical steps and caring for your soul.
Pastoring Your Church through a Leader’s Misconduct
Tips for a redemptive response
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Who Gets Told and How Much Do We Tell? When a pastor or key leader is caught in or admits sin, many pressing needs manifest simultaneously. Such
When Sin Works
Manipulation and coercion can help you succeed in ministry, but the tradeoff is hell.
So we do whatever it takes. How do you live in a world where sin works? What will happen after we obey this Jesus? What occurs after we crucify this sin within us?
How to Spot Rising Women Leaders
If we want to see more women leaders in the church, we need to look for them.
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God's redemptive plan is to restore everything destroyed by sin, including male-female relationships. The church—and the world—need what women leaders uniquely offer.
We Are Called to Desire (Part 2)
4 unexpected gifts that come with wanting
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In a sermon titled “The Expulsive Power of a New Affection,” a 19th-century Scottish theologian argued that spiritual transformation is not simply about sin-avoidance.
Has Accountability Disappeared from the Church?
It’s no wonder we’ve lost our influence
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I recently had a conversation with a pastor who was living in habitual sin. I pleaded, “How can you stand and teach your congregation and continue in sin?”.
We Are Called to Desire (Part 1)
4 unfounded fears that come with wanting
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Suspicion 1: Desire is to blame for sin. And in one sense, desire is to be blamed for sin. James told us in his epistle that evil desires can lure us into temptation (James 1:14-15).
Great Churches Emphasize What They're For, Not What They're Against
It's possible for people to agree with your list of sins and still not have a relationship with Jesus
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Not Sinning Never Saved Anyone. Imagine that you and your church campaigned against a sin that was destroying the moral fiber of your neighborhood, city or nation.
Can We Stop the Fall from Grace?
It’s unwise to believe we can fight temptation in our own power.
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Three days after I read an article by a church leader who had fallen into sexual sin with someone in the church, my husband asked me to pray with him because he felt he was being
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