5 Things Every Home is Desperate For
Divorce of one’s parents is certainly one of the greatest fears every child will face, if not the greatest. And with nearly 50% of every couple in America ending in divorce it’s no wonder there is so much desperation in our homes. Our homes need help, and they need it now.
People have been brain-washed in America to believe that achievement (more…)
6 Things the Church Must Do Better-Now
I will be honest and tell you that I actually believe my title is somewhat obtuse and maybe a little witless. The fact that there are more than six things the Church must do better is an actual reality. However, I do believe the following six things will certainly aid our cause in being more relevant and will act (more…)
Why Tribal Leadership is the Next “big” Thing
As our country moves more rapidly towards postmodernism and a post-Christian culture, many church leaders are realizing that some of the old wineskins of church leadership are no longer sufficient to hold the new wine our culture is producing. This is great news for the church, because a changeover to the new wineskin of church leadership is needed. Churches that fail to realize this (more…)
5 Things Every Church Leader Must Do – Now
To write about the trouble our nation is in would certainly be pointless. Every news and radio talk show is doing a fabulous job with that, both christian and non-christian alike.
However, I do believe there are things church leaders must address now. We, the church, are on the same precipice that it seems the world is jumping off of at an almost insurmountable rate.
Here are 5 things I believe church leaders must begin to do now, (more…)
Why You Need To Read
It has been said that the only difference between you now and you five years from now will be the people you associate with, and the books that you read. I believe it to be so.
I’ve been a reader ever since the fourth grade when I read my first biography about Abraham Lincoln. Then I read a book about Ben Franklin. Next was one about the amazing life of George Washington Carver, and when I got to the classic (more…)