The Danger of Hospitality

Most churches employ some kind of intentional method to recognize, welcome, and host visitors. And they should. After all, hospitality is a biblical concept and ought to be practiced among God’s people everywhere, especially at the local church. Literally, the word...
Your Counselor Better Have These Four Qualities!

Your Counselor Better Have These Four Qualities!

If you’ve begun reading this, I commend you! Foolish is that person who doesn’t perceive his need for counsel. Your choice to learn more about seeking counsel is a wise one indeed. Admittedly, as a Bible-believing Christian, I approach the topic of choosing a...

What Your Church Should Learn from In-N-Out Burger

For those of you who do not know, In-N-Out Burger is the best burger place on earth. I know that’s my opinion, but I’m not alone.  Unfortunately for my fellow East Coasters, it’s located primarily in California. Believe me when I say it is a must visit for anyone...
Why People "Tune Out"

Why People "Tune Out"

Most people don’t blatantly walk out of church services. But a good number of them tune out. To be fair, sometimessuch detachment is the fault of the listener himself. But all too often, we preachers have a lot to do with why increasing numbers in our congregations...
10 Rules for Arguing

10 Rules for Arguing

Maybe the word argument is too strong. What I’m talking about are those discussions in which your beliefs or strongly held opinions are challenged. By the way, if you find that your ideas are never challenged and your words are always readily accepted, you’ve probably...