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Jesus Crucified: A Provision for His Mother


Author:John MacArthur

In the midst of His greatest anguish, Christ’s attention was not on Himself and His needs. Even as He hung on the cross, beaten and bleeding to death, His focus was on all that His Father was accomplishing—we see that illustrated...[more]


11 Ways to Become a Visionary Leader


Author:Dr. Don McMinn

How do leaders get vision? The short answer to this question is: People find what they look for and leaders look for vision. We all pursue our priorities and leaders prioritize finding fresh vision. Use these 11 progressive...[more]


What You Didn't Know About the Last Supper


Author:Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg

"After saying these things, Jesus was troubled in his spirit, and testified, “Truly, truly, I say to you, one of you will betray me.” 22 The disciples looked at one another, uncertain of whom he spoke." John...[more]


Facebook: 7 Tips for Pastors


Author:Brandon Hilgeman

Facebook is kind of a big deal. Pastors cannot afford to ignore it. You know how I know Facebook has taken over the world? My Mom uses it. Facebook started as a college thing. Then it became popular with high schoolers....[more]


ISIS: Fighting Satan in Our Time


Author:Dr. Chet Weld

In order to preserve civilization, decisive action against ISIS and affiliated terror organizations is not an option.  Can we forgive our enemies, as Jesus mandated, and crush them at the same time?  Can God’s love of...[more]


God's Antidote for Fearing the Future


Author:Rick Warren

David was confident about the future when he penned Psalm 23:6.  "Surely goodness and mercy will follow me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever." No anxiety, fear of the...[more]


What Are the Big Issues Facing the Western Church?


Author:Tim Keller

What are the biggest issues facing the Western church today? Timothy Keller has some insightful answer that challenge our thinking. We must be aware of who we are and what's coming. Keller writes:  1. The opportunity for...[more]