Why you shouldn't have a contract marriage

By David Dorn
Want a better marriage? Don't treat your marriage like a contract … instead view it as a covenant. Related link: re|engage Marriage Enrichment David Dorn is the Lead … read more

5 steps to conquer the clock and free up some valuable time

By Len Wilson
“I don’t have enough time to get everything done.” This is the absolute number one complaint I hear from fellow leaders, innovators, and creatives. And people… read more

Prayer matters

By Rose Taylor
The movie War Room opened on August 28, 2015, in a few select theaters in America. The reviews from critics were somewhat brutal, but moviegoers loved it; and soon it was showing… read more

Adele's prophetic ‘Hello’

By Matt Rawle
I’m always searching for what Jesus is trying to say to me. Sometimes I hear the Lord speaking during my prayers or daily Scripture reading. Other times I can hear the… read more

What the Church can learn from 'Hamilton'

By Kira Schlesinger
The buzz over the Broadway musical Hamilton has been building for months but reached a peak when the soundtrack became available last month with free streaming on services like… read more

Worship for Kids: November 22, 2015

By Carolyn C. Brown
From a Child's Point of View Gospel: John 18:33-37. The Gospel lesson announces that Jesus is King, but a very different kind of king from most earthly kings. Many earthly kings… read more

Worship Connection: November 22, 2015

By Nancy C. Townley
COLOR: WhiteSCRIPTURE READINGS: 2 Samuel 23:1-7; Psalm 132:1-12; Revelation 1:4b-8; John 18:33-37 CALLS TO WORSHIP Call to Worship #1 L: Come, let us celebrate the goodness of… read more

Worship Elements: November 22, 2015

By Hans Holznagel
Christ the King Sunday COLOR: WhiteSCRIPTURE READINGS: 2 Samuel 23:1-7; Psalm 132:1-12; Revelation 1:4b-8; John 18:33-37 THEME IDEAS Truth is spoken to power in… read more

Should Christians pray for the dead?

By Shane Raynor
One of my favorite scenes from the Back to the Future film trilogy happens in the third installment when Doc Brown and Marty are trying to figure out a way to use a locomotive to… read more

The convenience conundrum

By Talbot Davis
Since its inception in the early 1990s, Good Shepherd has sought to make church convenient for worshippers. It’s why we have casual dress. Why we have music that is… read more

Redeeming Halloween by rediscovering Allhallowtide

By Shane Raynor
One weakness some Christians have, myself included, is the tendency to become so focused on avoiding something potentially bad that we overcompensate and throw out too much of… read more

Communing with the world

By Andrea Murdock
World Communion Sunday (October 4) is celebrated once each year by a vast number of Protestant denominational churches throughout the world. The idea was born in the 1930s with a… read more
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