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10 Traits of Effective Churches During the Global Pandemic

In the past few years, the global pandemic has exposed the weaknesses of many local churches. Friends from around the world have told me that many churches have closed their doors for good. Although most churches have not returned to their pre-pandemic attendance...
Protecting the Promises of God for Your Life

Protecting the Promises of God for Your Life

I was walking along one of my favorite beaches, and it was turtle season. Early each morning, park services ride along the beach looking for new sea turtle nests. They record the nest's location, place stakes and rope off the location so that people do not disturb the...

Don’t Allow Your Rest to Be Your Undoing

Don’t Allow Your Rest to Be Your Undoing

As a native Floridian, I know the value of summer relaxation, especially as I am now living in New England. It’s only natural that many churchgoers wouldn’t wish to waste the sunshine. So this summer, like so many summers past, pews will be abandoned for the sandy...

The 7R’s to Deliverance Ministry

The 7R’s to Deliverance Ministry

Deliverance ministry must be grounded in love for God and love for the person needing freedom. God is love and Christians are to love Him with all our heart, soul, mind and strength, and to love others (Matt. 22:37-39). It is out of love we minister to others, and may...

11 Ways Pastors Are Abused

11 Ways Pastors Are Abused

With the deluge of news reporting instances of scandals and abuse committed by lead pastors, I thought it necessary to balance this by showing how shepherds (pastors) are also occasionally abused by the sheep (church members). (To be clear, this fact does not justify...

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