J. Mack Stiles: Knowing, Livi8ng and Speaking the Gospel
"Principled, ethical, incarnational life will reside somewhere between a riot and a cup of tea—that is, between separation and compromise."
Evangelistic crusades, street preaching and spontaneous evangelism may be waning in their effectiveness, but there are many effective ways to share our faith.
Small acts of kindness and love can bear long-term fruit in others' lives. God has given us the power to influence each other.
We must counter our culture's gospel of consumerism with the true gospel and God-inspired creativity.
Our desire to 'honor' others is often a smoke screen that keeps us from entering heartache.
Erwin Lutzer: Heeding the Call to Be a Light in the Darkness
James Bryan Smith: Living Deep in the Kingdom
The role of a pastor's wife can at times be difficult, but I never regret doing what God has called me to do.