From A Pastor’s Perspective

Political Outrage: Balancing Social Ills and the Gospel Imperative

By Brent Nix

I just got off the phone with someone who tried to convince me that I should be outraged enough about a recent political scandal to send money to support an effort to do something or other about it.

After listening for a couple of minutes, I hung up. Rude, you say? Perhaps, but I’m growing weary with these kinds of calls. The sad part is that I’m generally in agreement with the groups who are calling. I guess that’s why I’m on their lists. This small episode brings to mind a question I’ve been contemplating for some time. What is the responsibility of the Iocal church and individual Christians with regard to social reform? […]

By |April 20th, 2010|From A Pastor's Perspective, Leadership|Comments Off on Political Outrage: Balancing Social Ills and the Gospel Imperative

The Pastor as Worship Leader

In recent years, leading worship in the average church has been assigned almost solely to those who minister in music while pastors distanced th emselves from any responsibility with regard to the spirit of worship.

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The Greener the Grass

Part eleven of an eleven-part series on “Habits of Highly Successful People”

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Honesty: The Only Policy

Part ten of an eleven-part series on “Habits of Highly Successful People”

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Are You a Giver or Taker?

Part nine of an eleven-part series on “Habits of Highly Successful People”

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Pure in Attitude and Action

Part eight of an eleven-part series on “Habits of Highly Successful People”

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