There is only one kind of leader.
I've often told folks at Meck that a sinner has to lead the church, so I might as well be honest about it, and to make sure they know that's what they've got. To fail to do so would only add "deceit" to my list of sins.
Now, by "sinful" I don't mean disqualifying patterns of public sin. Yet non-disqualifying sin abounds.
Don't get me wrong.
The vast majority of pastors are good people.Very good people. Click here to continue reading this post and to view the blog archive.
The Hollywood Reporter says that a "bombshell" film on Scientology and its hold on some Hollywood stars will air in 2015. (Puente, USA Today)
This is the first time in the survey's 11-year-history that Barbie was beaten, according to the National Retail Federation. (Durando, USA Today)
Non-believers are often marginalized in the U.S., which has led to a lot of resentment among their ranks. But don't be deceived: For most Americans, lack of religion usually comes with a shrug, not a shout. (Green, The Atlantic)
The announcement of a grand jury's decision not to indict Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown was met with chaos Monday night. While many of the protesters were peaceful, more than 15 gunshots were heard as businesses throughout the city were looted or set ablaze. (Basu, Yan & Ford, CNN)
Why do bad things happen to good people? Why do bad things happen to me? Why do cancer, war and death exist? Why would a good and loving God not save us from suffering?
These questions are often hard to answer and leave us wondering how we can have faith when God doesn't seem to be showing up. In this series, Senior Pastor Jim White will walk us through biblical principles that will direct our thinking about hardship and help us understand where God is through it all.Click here to see this product and more.