Saturday, June 02, 2018

Saturday Lagniappe: "What Are the Most Common Mistakes New Pastors Make?"and More

What Are the Most Common Mistakes New Pastors Make?

Dr. Hershael York answers in Honest Answers. Watch Now

College Graduates, Don’t Make These 5 Mistakes

Let’s look at a few mistakes that college graduates make that set back their finances, sometimes for many years. Read More
Share this post with college students who will be graduating next year and high school graduates who have decided against college, as well as with college graduates.
The Persistent and Pervasive Problem of Pseudo-Pique

The pseudo-pique is the sharing of “news” that provokes the sham appearance of irritation or outrage. Rather than accurately expressing our actual emotion or level of concern, we act as if we care more about an event than we do (or even should). Read More

How to Know How Satan Is Tempting You

In his book Tempted and Tried, Russell Moore suggests a way to think about how Satan may be tempting you.... Read More

Satan’s Great Trick

Satan’s great joy is to convince you that the sin you are about to commit is very small and the sin you have just committed is very large. He convinces you of this even when they are the very same sin. Read More

High-Fiving Out of Your Comfort Zone

If you want to become love, stop just agreeing with Jesus . . . don’t just love the people who are easy to love; go love the difficult ones. If you do this, Jesus said you’d move forward on your journey toward being more like Him. Equally important, as you practice loving everybody, always, what will happen along the way is you’ll no longer be who you used to be. God will turn you into love. Read More

Go Tell It on the iPhone

Christians agree: Technology has made in-person conversations harder, but sharing one’s faith easier. Read More

Worship Attendance Rises, Baptisms Decline in SBC

The Southern Baptist Convention expanded by more than 270 churches in 2017. More people showed up for weekly worship services, and congregations gave more generously in a strengthening economy. However, reported baptisms and membership declined as fewer churches participated in the SBC’s Annual Church Profile (ACP). Read More

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