We all need groups where we can share fears and joys, confess sins and sorrows, and declare each other forgiven and beloved.
There’s a reason a big chunk of the New Testament deals with the issues and sins that come between us.
When someone loves to be the leader, self-preservation at the expense of others becomes the name of the game.
If we’re honest, we all have our theological turf wars.
You never know who’s going to read or hear what you have to say. Every word matters.
The goal of the gospel is to redefine our relationship to God, to others, and even to ourselves.
The answer to all our relationships begins with the word “submission.”
Your ministry is not so much what you say, it’s who you are with others—and who you are with others depends on who you are with Jesus.
It’s not just what you say, but how you say it.
People are going to talk about you. So what are they saying?