Leadership and Suicide: When Ending It Seems Like The Only Way Out

“Maybe you’ve thought the only way through your pain is to end your pain. It’s not.”

The Inescapable Question: Do I Have Something to Die For?

In the year of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., I'm faced with the question of what I would die for.

Why It’s a Good Thing We’re a Work in Progress

Though our ministry work is never done, God uses it to complete us.

What Do People Need From Preachers?

The people who come to our churches are spiritually starving, and our primary task is helping them get to know God.

Preparing Kids for College to Challenge Their Faith

The college environment is often hostile to childhood faith, so how do we prepare kids to leave college with their faith intact?

5 Things Weary Christians Need to Hear

No matter what kind of week you're having, here are five important things to hang on to.

3 Ways to Get Control of Your Tech Usage

If we don't control our use of technology, it will control us. Here are three ways to take charge.

The Improbable Math of the Gospel

Three chapters in Matthew communicate the essence of our faith and show us how to reach out with the gospel.

7 Keys for Persevering in Ministry

Hebrews 12:1–3 provides both stunning reasons to keep running our race and some ways to do that.

How to Foil Satan’s Go-To Temptation

One of Satan's most insidious tactics strikes at the foundation of our identity; here is how Jesus responded, and how we should too.