»The Servant Leader Teaches With Authority
03/18/19 from Grace to You Blog
In a culture that despises authority and submission, many people have been conditioned to distrust anyone who speaks authoritatively or represents an objective, external standard. Christians must not succumb to such skepticism. We should...

»The Servant Leader Works Hard
03/13/19 from Grace to You Blog
Is pastoral ministry a haven for people who want to avoid hard work? It can certainly appear that way to the casual observer, who only ever sees his pastor in action for two hours every Sunday. But that perception couldn’t be furth...

»The Resistance Forms: A Timely Reminder of What is at Stake in Church Struggles over Sexuality
03/11/19 from AlbertMohler.com – Blog
The news out of the special General Conference of the United Methodist Church (UMC) made history. At last, a major mainline Protestant denomination had, after much maneuvering, turned back an effort to abandon its historic biblical affir...

»The Servant Leader Is Disciplined
03/11/19 from Grace to You Blog
Faithful ministry is the natural extension of personal godliness. J. Oswald Sanders says in his book Spiritual Leadership , “Spiritual ends can be achieved only by spiritual men who employ spiritual methods.” [1] J. Oswald Sa...

»The Servant Leader Shuns Unbiblical Thinking
03/06/19 from Grace to You Blog
Today it’s considered noble for someone to say they have an open mind. But is it really virtuous to leave our thinking so exposed? We have doors in our homes to keep some things out and other things in, and we open the doors at our...

»The End of Parental Rights? A Chilling Case From Canada
03/04/19 from AlbertMohler.com – Blog
The overload of media in the modern age has made it difficult to distinguish between the significant and the merely sensational. Sometimes, especially in this morally confused age, a story turns out to be both significant and sensational...

»The Servant Leader Studies
03/04/19 from Grace to You Blog
Our culture is fixated on diets. We are continually bombarded with new and varied opinions about what we should and shouldn’t eat. After all, we’re told, our physical health is at stake. However, when it comes to our spiritua...

»The Scandal of the Peace Cross: Secularists Take Aim at a Monument
03/01/19 from AlbertMohler.com – Blog
Does the simple existence of a large, concrete cross on public land that honors veterans from World War I violate the United States Constitution? The Supreme Court took up that question during the oral arguments of The American Legion v....

»Church History Made Before Our Eyes: United Methodists Make History, Affirm Biblical Standards of Sexuality
02/27/19 from AlbertMohler.com – Blog
Church history spans two millennia—2,000 years of recorded experience. The weight of that history is heavy and humbling. Seen in that light, it takes a really big event to rank as historical, even as it happens. Such an event happened wi...

»The Servant Leader Warns
02/27/19 from Grace to You Blog
We all understand the importance of roadside warnings while driving. Our safety often depends on the signs that line our streets and highways—especially the ones posted to inform us of potential dangers that lie ahead. Yet in the r...

»The Age of Infanticide: The Senate Will Not Even Protect Babies Born Alive
02/26/19 from AlbertMohler.com – Blog
Late yesterday, the United States Senate failed to muster enough votes to protect the lives of children born alive after an attempted abortion. This vote comes as one of the most important events in recent American political history—and ...

»The Excellent Servant of Jesus Christ
02/25/19 from Grace to You Blog
Servanthood isn’t typically synonymous with leadership. In the political and secular realms, leaders are generally people who spend their lives being served rather than serving others. The most visible segments of religion seem to ...

»An Old Lesson About Government Power, Learned Anew
02/22/19 from AlbertMohler.com – Blog
Just days ago, the United States Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision that reestablished a very basic principle of constitutional self-government. USA Today reported this case with the headline, “High Court Caps Excessive Fines...

»John MacArthur on Courage and Confidence
02/22/19 from Grace to You Blog
Few things today are as valuable as carefully chosen words. In an environment where critics and opponents are looking for excuses to be offended, bold speech and clear language are increasingly rare. God’s people are not immune to ...

»How Martina Navratilova Found Herself ‘On the Wrong Side of History’ in a Hurry
02/21/19 from AlbertMohler.com – Blog
She won the Wimbledon women’s singles title a phenomenal nine times. Martina Navratilova’s name, however, appears in the headlines not for her athleticism but for her collision with the LGBTQ revolution. Why is this interesting? Because ...

»An Unexpected (and Largely Unnoticed) Testimony to the Sanctity of Life
02/20/19 from AlbertMohler.com – Blog
The pro-abortion movement basis its arguments on it’s fundamental claim of  “a woman’s right to choose.” Laws, according to this ideology, should guarantee the woman’s freedom of choice and autonomy over her own body. If a woman decides ...

»Take Courage
02/20/19 from Grace to You Blog
Scripture is clear that believers are divinely equipped by Christ to overcome the threats of this world (1 John 5:4—5). That means we don’t need to yield to the mounting pressure to conform to the world’s skewed values,...

»The High Cost of Cowardice
02/18/19 from Grace to You Blog
When you think of courageous Christians, your mind likely runs to the heroes of church history. You think of the men and women who endured imprisonment, torture, and even martyrdom for the sake of their faith. And certainly there are man...

»To Be Cool or to Be a Church? That is the Question
02/16/19 from AlbertMohler.com – Blog
These days, what passes for important argument or debate takes place on Twitter, and a recent Twitter exchange between two prominent actors has sparked a major controversy. The exchange took place between Hollywood’s Ellen Page and Chris...

»Friday’s Featured Sermon: “Fifty Years of Unleashing God’s Truth, One Verse at a Time: An Interview with John MacArthur”
02/15/19 from Grace to You Blog
On February 9, 1969, John MacArthur preached his first sermon as pastor of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California. In the fifty years since, John’s sequential exposition of Scripture has continued unabated—always wi...

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