Efficacy of meal prayer

An American doctor, John Zawet, published a report stating that "people who enjoy food with a thankful heart" are discovered three unusual substances that others did not.
  • John Piper Explains How Evil Began

    Pastor John Piper
    John Piper stated, "Satan, whose name means an accuser, a devil which means slanderer." Satan takes away the grace from every being. The Devil is the "deceiver of the whole world" (Revelation 12:9), "…
  • How Church Leaders Can Help Domestic Violence Victims

    Help Violence Victims
    During the COVID-19 pandemic, where the shelter-in-place orders are enforced, families are forced to stay closer together for longer periods of time than ever before. This can come as welcoming news t…

John Piper's prayer during the time of Minneapolis fire and George Floyd's justice

John Piper asks God for comfort in those who are brokenhearted, praying for peace, justice, forgiveness, and love in each race without discrimination.
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  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    To Live Is To Love

    The most noble thing is life. There is nothing more precious than life. It is truly amazing that a life is born. One life contains infinite potential. It’s like a big tree in a small seed. It is like having a huge forest in a small seed. All huge forests started with small seeds.
  • Bryan Kim

    Using Warm Language

    I heard there is a temperature in our language. In Ki Ju Lee’s book, The Temperature of Language, there is a story of a doctor who is taking care of patients. When addressing them, the doctor does not call them by saying, ‘patient’ or ‘sir’ to address the elderly. Rather, the doctor says, …
  • Thom Rainer

    Six Attitudes that Kill Evangelism in the Church

    Why are our churches less evangelistic today? That question could be answered from a number of perspectives. But one of the key explanations is simply an attitude problem. There are several dangerous and debilitating attitudes in churches that are killing evangelism. Here are six of them
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    Even the Blades of Grass Have Wounds

    I am not a poet. I have a wish to write poetry but it is not easy to write poetry. Although I am not a poet, I am interested in poetry. It is because I envy poets’ hearts and eyes. Poets see, more precisely, what we cannot see, and describes what we do not see well.
  • Bryan Kim

    Dive Into Missions

    If I were to ask those that lived in the golden age of the Gospel message what true virtue was, the majority would say evangelizing. The motto of ‘Pray when together, evangelize when dispersed’ is still freshly beating against my eardrum, but I cannot help but feel that a sense of complacency ex…
  • Thom Rainer

    Four Useful Ministries by Deacons

    The Bible is not abundantly clear on how deacon roles should be carried out practically day-by-day. I have enjoyed interacting with hundreds of pastors who have shared with me how their church’s deacon ministry plays out. Here are four of the more common themes.
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    The Wisdom of Repeating Good Things

    I have learned the secrets of biblical prosperity in repetition through the meditations of the Word. God commanded Joshua to meditate on the Word day and night.
  • Thom Rainer

    Five Steps to Respond to a Hurtful and Hateful Email

    The Internet has certainly brought us incredible ways to do commerce, to get information, and to communicate. But it has an ugly and evil side to it as well. It allows cowardly critics to hide behind a keyboard and cut people to the core through blogs, social media, and email. So how do we respond w…
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    The Faithful and Wise Worker

    Jesus wants us to be a faithful and wise worker. God entrusts each of us with a precious task. God is glorified through what He has entrusted to us. Jesus said, “I have brought you glory on earth by finishing the work you gave me to do.” (Jn 17:4). Workers work.
  • Thom Rainer

    Five Reasons Church Members Attend Church Less Frequently

    About 20 years ago, a church member was considered active in the church if he or she attended three times a week. Today, a church member is considered active in the church if he or she attends three times a month. Something is wrong with this picture. For 2,000 years, the local church, as messy as i…
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