In October of 2015, I had the wonderful opportunity to interview Dr. Ken Sande on the church’s need for relational leaders. The church needs to model healthy relationships. For more than 30 years Dr. Ken Sande has been helping churches and individuals preserve and transform relationships through Peacemakers Ministries. His ministry began by focusing on resolving conflict, […]
Early in November many churches around the country observe the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. Hebrews 13.3 says, “Remember those who are in prison, as though in prison with them, and those who are mistreated, since you are also in the body.” The verse speaks of early Christians who were in prison […]
Below are 5 new episodes of the TAKE 5 series, which airs weekdays on WTLN 950 AM Radio at 6:55 am & 5:55 pm. For more information visit rts.edu/takefive.
For over 20 years I have been a pastor. I am still a pastor. But for the last three years, I have also been a seminary president where we train pastors and leaders for the global church. In my work, I now get to work with many churches and denominations. We have over 60 denominations […]
The way we pray reveals a lot about what we believe and about the depth of our faith. Is ours a God-centered faith, or a self-centered one? Is God conceived as kind of a spiritual vending machine, or as the Sovereign Lord? Are we focused more on Christ and his work, or on our own […]
I happen to be a Calvinist who believes in prayer. Not that I have figured out how everything works together—(God’s absolute sovereignty and petitionary prayer). The best I can say is what others have said, that prayer is God’s sovereignly designed means to achieve his sovereignly ordained ends. But I cannot help but take away […]