Everyone wants it. Authors, bloggers, musicians, pastors. Your Facebook friends, your Twitter followers, your Instagram admirers—all jostling for attention, for a like, a retweet, a double-clicked heart. We place our…
You’ve like tried the New Year’s resolution thing time and time again. Maybe you’ve already set yours for the coming year. But take a step back and consider something you probably haven’t yet: why you need a mentor in 2013.
Should you stay or should you go? In the transition from jobs to relationships to ministry commitments and more, this is the question we all need to learn how to answer. Here’s a few ways to tell the difference between quitting irresponsibly and quitting well.
Most people today walk around wearing their “lack of innocence badge” with immense pride. Inside the walls of the church, authenticity and brokenness about our mistakes is the highest prize given to both pastors and congregants. We value this lack of innocence because, after all, what is life, if lived harboring all our regrets? But we need to realize the cost associated with prizing our lost innocence.