Leadership

Man walking through field of grain

Why Your Church Needs a Team of Leaders

  Dry Rot was a destitute place. The people there were hungry. All that hunger led to stealing. And stealing led to suspicion, and suspicion led to…well, you get the picture. But outside of Dry Rot, there were hundreds of acres of farmland. One day, the man who had inherited the land passed through the […]

You Need a Coach

You Need a Coach

To say that coaching is trending these days would be an understatement. Once exclusively related to sports, this term is associated with just about every profession imaginable. Why this rapid growth of the coaching industry? Why this rapid growth of the coaching industry? Theories abound, including the impact of TV shows such as Oprah and […]

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When God Redeems

I woke up in the dark, barely able to breathe in the heat. I had no idea where I was, how I got there, or what had happened to me. I stood and banged on the door. As my eyes adjusted, I realized I was in a garage. I banged again. Someone I didn’t know […]

Pen Pal Predicament

Growing up in the CoG7 is not always easy. Sometimes you are faced with difficult questions from friends. It can be hard to explain to friends why you cannot eat certain foods or why you don’t celebrate some holidays. I have had many experiences with this, but I want to share only one as an […]

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If the Ten Commandments are for Christians, why aren’t the feast days?

If the Ten Commandments are for Christians, why aren’t the feast days? With many Christians, we view the Ten Commandments, summarized in the Great Commandment of Jesus to love God and neighbor, as God’s will for all people at all times. The Ten Commandments, written on stone, held a central place in the old covenant, […]

What does Paul mean by “mutual submission” in Ephesians 5:21?

How does Paul’s teaching on mutual submission in Ephesians 5:21 relate to his instructions on submission within specific authority structures just afterward (v. 22 — 6:9)?   In Ephesians 5:21, Paul moves from general instructions for all believers to how these apply in specific relationships. To understand his words, we must read them in context.   […]

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New American Standard Bible, 1995 Edition

Zondervan Bibles, a division of HarperCollins Christian Publishing, is proud to release the New American Standard Bible, 1995 Edition, featuring the new, exclusive NASB Comfort Print® typeface. Universally recognized as the gold standard among word-for-word translations, the beloved New American Standard Bible, 1995 Edition, now delivers an exceptionally smooth reading experience, with a well-crafted, highly […]

Don’t Forget to Remember

B&H Kids is proud to announce that Ellie Holcomb, renowned singer-songwriter and bestselling author of Who Sang The First Song?, is releasing her second book titled Don’t Forget to Remember (March 2020, B&H Publishing Group). In this book, Holcomb uses rhyme and beauty to remind young readers of comforting truths from God. When they see snowflakes fall, they […]