He Is a Wonderful Savior to Me

Isaiah 9:6 Isaiah the prophet looked down the telescope of prophecy and saw 700 years into the future. He saw three things about our wonderful Lord:1) He saw a CRIB – “unto us a child is born”2) He saw a CROSS – “unto us a Son is given”3) He saw a CROWN – “and the […]

Reflections on Revival

Written by: F. J. Huegel If I have been able to feel the spirit that has moved the efforts of Christians, pastors and missionaries in these later years; if I have been able to perceive the concern of our work, I would say: The supreme passion of many hearts, the deepest yearning of many brethren […]

"God can show Himself as He really is only to real men. And that means not simply to men who are individually good, but to men who are united together in a body, loving one another, helping one another, showing Him to one another. For that is what God meant humanity to be like; like players in one band, or organs in one body." - C. S. Lewis

The Body of Christ

"Traditional religion is the mainstream, but it is not the only form in which religion appears today. There is also liberal religion. One can hardly speak of liberal Islam, as liberalism is essentially a non-existent force in the Muslim world. But there are liberal Jews, whose Jewishness seems largely a matter of historical memory and cultural habits. Here in the West, there are lots of liberal Christians. Some of them have assumed a kind of reserve mission: instead of being the church's missionaries to the world, they have become the world's missionaries to the church. They devote their moral energies to trying to make the church more democratic, to assure equal rights for women, to legitimize homosexual marriage, and so on. A small but influential segment of liberal Christianity rejects all the central doctrines of Christianity. H. Richard Niebuhr famously summed up their credo: 'A God without wrath brought men without sin into a kingdom without judgment through the ministrations of a Christ without a cross…'" - Dinesh D'Souza

Liberal Christianity

"Disciple-making takes time. You can't microwave a disciple. The process won't be hurried. A real disciple is always becoming more like Jesus. It's what gives the disciple-maker the opportunity to say, 'Here's what the Lord is showing me right now.'" - Mark Howell


Who Do You Trust?

“More people trust their dentist than their pastor, according to a Gallup poll. The survey rated “honesty and ethical standards” of 22 professions. Nurses ranked number 1 with 85 percent. Pharmacists ranked second at 75 percent. Clergy came in 8th with 52 percent of Americans saying they were highly honest. Other professions ranked higher than […]

Tech-savvy Church

Is your church website mobile friendly? Is the info legible on a tiny screen? Should you consider online giving? How might your church use a church app? 50% of all US adults have a mobile Internet connection44% own a smartphone22% own a tablet66% of smartphone owners get news on their mobile device(Pew Research Center) 2ProphetU2ProphetU […]

Generation Shift

The Census Bureau projects that by 2018, the number of people over 60 will outnumber children 5 and under for the first time. 2ProphetU2ProphetU is an online magazine/website, started by Warren Wiersbe and Michael Catt, to build up the church, seek revival, and encourage pastors. […]

How to Be a World-Class Christian

Becoming Part of God’s Global Kingdom – Paul Borthwick. Biblica Books. “Today it’s easier than ever to be globally connected. But capability doesn’t automatically create commitment to care about those halfway around the world. . . . What then does it mean to be a world-class Christian? . . . Using Scripture, practical tools and […]

Taking Others with You in Leadership

Written by: Bill Elliff Leadership is hard. There is an art to helping people accomplish the next important thing. And it’s possible to think you’re leading and look behind you and no one is there! One man said that if you’re leading and no one is following you’re just taking a walk! So how do […]


It amazes me the misconceptions some have concerning ministry. One student walked into my office at Roswell Street and said, “It must be nice to get paid to study the Bible.” Since then, he has entered the ministry. He has now discovered that ministry is a multi-faceted, high and holy calling that demands everything a […]

The Other Brother

Read Luke 15:25-32 The fact that there were two brothers in that family is not incidental; it is basic to the meaning of the parable. The younger brother, of course, represents the publicans and sinners who were willing to repent and follow Christ, while the elder brother is an illustration of the Pharisees who criticized […]