Words Display Who We Are

By Dr. Jack Graham

Our words reveal the true character and the spiritual maturity of our life.

Jesus said, “Out of the overflow of the heart the mouth speaks” (Luke 6:45). Further, Jesus said in Matthew 15:17, “…

It’s All His

By Ron Kelley

Many believe that money and our faith—even the mere discussion of them—are two things that do not mix well. The perception is that money leads the believer to spiritual destruction. As with any subject matter, we must …

Just Say What the Bible Says

By Nick Floyd

Every pastor deals with a certain reality every single week. I’ve heard it referenced as the “relentless return of Sunday.” You preach your heart out, pour yourself empty, and exhaust yourself physically and emotionally only to wake …

Spotlight Interview with Jeff Belcher

By Prestonwood Network Staff

Prestonwood Network: How did God call you and your family to the Baltimore area to plant Church of the Harbor?

Jeff Belcher: I began leading worship while I was in college, and ended up serving as …

Accountability with your Time

By Heiden Ratner

When it comes to church planting, the old saying is true, “Time is of the essence.” One thing a person can never get back is his or her time. Every second, minute and hour is a gift …

Strengths In Times Of Weakness

By Dr. Jack Graham

Trust in him at all times, O people; pour out your heart before him; God is a refuge for us (Psalm 62:8).

It is often in the very toughest of times and trials that God brings …

Intentionally Dating Your Spouse

By Shawn Callander

Take a moment to reflect on when you and your spouse first started dating. Those were exciting days, weren’t they? Most likely as you began to date, every Friday or Saturday was filled with a new adventure …

Spotlight Interview: Rob Wilton

By Prestonwood Network Staff

Prestonwood Network: Share with us about your time at Vintage Church in New Orleans and God’s call to plant a church in Pittsburg.

Rob Wilton: In 2008, we launched Vintage Church in my home. God was

Choosing The Best Curriculum

By Matt Mullins

In a market overflowing with adult small-group curriculum options, how do you make your choice? Let’s consider three ideas that might help hone your curriculum search.

Good questions build healthy small groups.

Virtues Make The Best Valentines

By Dr. David McKinley

Valentine’s Day is near, and the scramble is on for flowers, gifts, cards and, of course, chocolates. Charles Shultz once said, “All you need is love, but a little chocolate now and then never hurts.” Can …