The Biblical Call to Love

By Erik Alsgaard
No Greater Love Dorwin Stoddard loved his wife, Mavanell, with all his heart. On Saturday, January 8, 2011, witnesses say that Dorwin proved his love for Mavanell by saving her… read more

Review: Speaking of Dying

By Eric Van Meter
In a Protestant church that has outsourced its role in the dying process to the secular medical world, authors Fred Craddock, Dale Goldsmith, and Joy V. Goldsmith seek to reclaim… read more

Teaching for Commitment

By Transformation Information
As past of the plan for creation, we enter the world as infants. It is God's intention that we grow and mature throughout our lifetime. Our faith development might be compared to… read more

Creative Sermonizing

By Dottie Escobedo-Frank
What I learned over time and through much trial and error is that there are some recognizable patterns of creativity. These elements of creativity are building blocks that can… read more

Looking for iPreach?

By Ministry Matters
All the in-depth research, preaching, teaching, and worship resources from iPreach are now available at! What is Ministry Matters™? Ministry… read more

An Introduction to Chrysalis

By The Upper Room
Empowering youth and young adults to be the hands and feet of Christ.For more information visit the Chrysalis website. read more

A Life of Justice and Service

By Melissa Slocum
Monday, for the twenty-seventh time, Americans will celebrate the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the federal holiday that bears his name. On November 3, 1983… read more

Christians and the Law

By Shane Raynor
I was reading the first few verses of Psalm 119 this morning and started thinking about the Christian's relationship to the Old Testament Law. When I was working in youth… read more

Three Stewardship Resolutions

By Sungho Lee
At a recent stewardship meeting our chair brought a book to us: Not Your Parents' Offering Plate, by J. Clif Christopher. After reading and discussing, there were three things… read more

Struck Down—But Don't Ever Count Me Out

By Sherry L. Daniels
No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us. For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor… read more

Three Old Sinners, Just Like Us

By Robert A. Ratcliff
"At least we know for certain that we are three old sinners,That this journey is much too long, that we want our dinners, and miss our wives, our books, our dogs, But have only… read more

5 Tips for Preaching and Teaching on the End Times

By Shane Raynor
I suppose there's always the chance that the apocalypse could happen later today, but unless there's a dramatic turn of events, it looks like the Mayans got it wrong. Or more… read more
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