Martin Luther: My Top Video Picks (Paid)

If you like movies and are excited that this month is the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, then this post is for you! There’s a lot of great movies and documentaries about Martin Luther and the Reformation. Here are my top picks, best enjoyed with a tub of popcorn 🙂 This Changed Everything Click here to access this video Martin … Read More


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Martin Luther on Hope

“Even if I knew that tomorrow the world would go to pieces, I would still plant my apple tree.” – Martin Luther


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Americans Continue to Shift Left on Key Moral Issues

Today’s guest post comes to us from Frank Newport for Gallup.com. Americans are more likely now than in the early 2000s to find a variety of behaviors morally acceptable, including gay and lesbian relations, having a baby outside of marriage and sex between an unmarried man and woman. Moral acceptability of many of these issues is now at a record-high level. … Read More


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The Number One Enemy of the Writer

Today’s post comes to us from Dr. Dawn Field for BookBaby.com. The lessons in the article below apply to sermon writing just as much as fiction writing. What is the biggest hurdle for any writer? A lack of time? The blank page? Writer’s block? Having your ideas stolen? The absence of an agent or publisher? Probably not. So, what is … Read More


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John Wimber on God’s Provision

“When God calls you to an extraordinary task, He provides extraordinary resources.” – John Wimber, one of the founding members of the Vineyard Movement


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John Wycliffe on a Pastor’s Position

“The highest service to which a man may obtain on earth is to preach the law of God.” – John Wycliffe, 14th-century philosopher, theologian, reformer, and seminary professor at Oxford


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Luther on God’s Word

Today’s guest post comes to us from Will Graham for EvangelicalFocus.com. In the midst of all the commotion surrounding the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, for those wanting to get to grips with Martin Luther’s theological worldview, there is perhaps no better place to start than with his acclaimed ‘Table Talk’ (first published in English way back in 1646). The … Read More


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Marriage is Still the Gold Standard of Family Stability

Today’s guest post comes to us from Kiley Crossland for ChristianHeadlines.com. Yet another research study published recently showed marriage was superior to cohabitation for providing family stability across the demographic spectrum. The study, “The Cohabitation-Go-Around: Cohabitation and Family Instability Across the Globe,” published by the Social Trends Institute and the Institute for Family Studies, found marriage provided significantly more stability … Read More


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The Challenge of Purity

Here are some startling statistics: A Barna study on “Porn and Pastors” revealed that 57% of pastors and 64% of youth pastors admit they have struggled with porn. And the majority who struggle say this has “significantly affected their ministry in a negative manner.” In counseling others and addressing this issue head on, we’ve found the only effective means of … Read More


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I’m Looking for a Great Ministry/Assimilation and Teaching Pastor @ The Journey Church NYC

The Journey is looking for a new Pastor of Ministry/Assimilation & Teaching Pastor at our New York City campus.  If you are interested or know someone who fits this description or is wrestling with a call to NYC – then read the description below and send your resume, cover letter and answers to the questions to kt1<at>journeynyc.com.  Pastor of Ministry/Assimilation … Read More


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