Articles

The Word of God is full of life and ministry changing power!  Our articles are Holy Ghost inspired messages taken from the Word of God just for ministry leaders. 

  • January 7, 2014

    As Christian leaders, there is nothing more important we can do than to impress upon people the imperative of hearing, seeing, and acting upon God's Words.

    The Parable of the Sower begins with the phrase, The sower soweth the word (Mark 4:14). Everything God does, He does through the Word. God scatters seed daily because people need it on a daily basis. God scatters seed—or ramos, the spoken word—in several ways:

  • October 8, 2013

    In my role as a music director, it would be wonderful to say that my job consisted of teaching vocal parts and ensuring that our ensembles sound good. How idyllic my work would be if my days were spent picking songs and tuning instruments. It is often assumed that music departments deal only with the "sounds" of service—the soundtrack for our worship experiences. But before there can be a melodious soundtrack, there must be a careful orchestration of all the musical components. Those components are not just voices and instruments—they are also people.

  • June 25, 2013

    Matthew 6:25-34

    As people who lead others and carry the responsibility of organizations, it's easy for us to find enough things to worry about. We have deadlines, budgets, staffing, financial pressures, attendance, audits, reports (you fill in the blanks) that could make our blood pressure rise and account for many sleepless nights. But Jesus cautions us against worrying about anything, even the food we eat or the clothes we wear. In this passage, Jesus gives his disciples (and us) six reasons for trusting in God rather than worrying.

  • June 11, 2013

    “ Render therefore to all their dues: tribute to whom tribute [is due]; custom to whom custom; fear to whom fear; honour to whom honour ” Romans 13:7

  • June 4, 2013

    If you live in the world, it's a given that you will face pressure—Jesus says that you will face tribulation (see John 16:33). What recourse do you have if you feel unable to face pressure? What recourse do you have when you're disappointed in your inability to persevere?