I will reflect on the movie’s depiction of: The Pastor as a Person, The Pastor as a Preacher, and The Pastor as a Pastoral Care Giver
Light after darkness, gain after loss, Strength after suffering, crown after cross. Sweet after bitter, song after sigh…
Every major-casket death-and-separation experience will be defeated so that you can say with the Apostle Paul, “Where, O death, is your sting?” (1 Corinthians 15:55).
For most Evangelicals, eschatology is much more than the Left Behind series. Eschatology is about our final destiny and what difference our eternal destiny makes in our current lives and ministries. Biblical eschatology has both individual and social/corporate applications.
The Forty-Day Journey of Promise Day Twenty-One: Thank God I Shall Not Live Here Always! Note: Welcome to The Journey, our forty-day blog series from MLK Day through the end of Black History Month. We’re learning life lessons from the legacy of African American Christianity. The series is based upon material from my book Beyond