An Immutable Truth: The Health of Marriage and Ministry Intrinsically Connected

I love my wife. For 15 years and counting, she has been my best friend, my confidant, my biggest cheerleader, and the person who I know will be honest with me about anything and everything.

I love being in ministry. …

Family Discipleship: Equipping Parents to Build the Next Generation

Parents have a unique calling placed on their lives. The moment they receive news that they will welcome that bundle of joy into the world, God calls them to serve as the primary spiritual trainers for their child (Ephesians 6:4). …

A Call to Moral Purity

As men of God, we are called to a high standard of conduct that demands far more of us, and is so much more rewarding and fulfilling, than just avoiding the so-called big sins. One concern I have for us …

Influencers Who Refuse To Be Influenced

History bears testimony to an ebb-and-flow relationship between man and God, which impacts not just the human heart, but also entire communities, churches, cities, countries, and even continents. For instance, there was a time when Europe was an utterly pagan …

Being Fit For Life: Living For What Matters Most

You may remember a time when our nation’s obsession with fitness was considered a craze, just a fad. The media even used the term fitness craze to describe what was then a new trend in terms of people’s awareness about …

Lies People Believe About Managing Their Time

The Effective Executive by Peter Drucker says:

“Effective executives do not start with their tasks. They start with their time.

“Everything requires time. It is the only truly universal condition. All work takes place in time and uses up time.

Leaving An Inheritance

Whenever my mother makes a significant purchase, one of her children jokes, “There goes our inheritance!”

Although stated in jest, in many families, the subject of inheritance is a big issue. Some children think their parents owe them something. Many …

I’m Most Like Christ When…

The answer is really simple… I’m most like Christ when I pray. Jesus was a man of prayer, first and foremost. Sure, He showed us how to live and how to die. He showed us what compassion can accomplish. He …