This post was first published in January, 2015. —ed. Have you ever considered what the unbelieving world thinks about your pastor? He doesn’t need to be a household name or a celebrity preacher with a worldwide audience—it’s not a question of how famous he is. Put it this way: What do the nonbelievers in his … Continued
This post was first published in January, 2015. —ed. America’s church culture suffers from an abundance of unqualified church leaders. What’s worse, many of these mavericks preside over a form of church government incapable of restraining or disciplining them. Tragically, in many cases it’s the media that holds these leaders accountable—tragic because the media ends … Continued
Dr. Pace joins us on the Crossmap Podcast to talk about what a calling actually is and how to boost conversations about discipleship and the call to ministry. Listen as he shares how to empower people to live their calling, rather than ignoring or suppressing it due to a lack of understanding.
This post was first published in September 2017. -ed. The only thing postmodernists are certain about is that nobody can be certain about anything. That idea isn’t only a logical fallacy. It’s also antithetical to the teaching of Jesus Christ. He promised that His true disciples “will know the truth, and the truth will make [them] free” … Continued
If you were faced with the proposition of reading a Harlequin Romance or the Holy Bible what would you choose? No, I am not joking nor am I trying to be cute. Despite being from opposite ends of the literary spectrum, choosing a romance novel in lieu of a Bible is far from a simple decision for many people.
We all need people in our lives. We don’t just need associates or acquaintances; we need friends. Even the most introverted introvert needs friends. We were created to live in relationship with others—certainly with God but also with other real live human beings.