Absolute Bias: Mainstream Media Favor Terrorists, Abortionists, Socialists Over Conservatives – Even In Death

It looks like even in death, mainstream media still favor terrorists, abortionists and socialists over conservatives.

Next Generation, They Could Leave the Church by Pandemic

Kinnaman and Matlock sit down to discuss how ministry leaders can aid the at risk Millennial and Gen Z demographics during the pandemic.
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    If We Love, We Can See with Our Hearts

    It is Lent. Lent is a season remembering the 40 days of fasting when Jesus was led by the Holy Spirit to be tempted by the devil in the wilderness. Lent refers to a period of deep meditation upon Jesus’ suffering for 40 days until right before Easter Sunday.
  • Bryan Kim

    A Different Standard of Occupational Satisfaction

    I know a pastor who lost his wife a year and a half ago due to medical malpractices. He serves with me on the missional board of directors. Being a man of such few words and considering that I had not known him very long, I was not sure what to say to console him. However in the midst of that, I was…
  • Thom Rainer

    Five Things the Traditional Church Is Doing Well

    The email stung me. The writer spoke of my negativity about local churches, about how much of my writings are about problems in local congregations.
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    A Beautiful Gaze

    To love is to have interest. The opposite of love is not hatred, but indifference. Indifference creates a sense of alienation. On the other hand, love is a warm interest. Love connects the marginalized ones to one another.
  • Bryan Kim

    Strategic Patience

    Newly minted Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, upon visiting South Korea, said in a press interview, “…the policies of strategic patience have ended.” It was a stern warning that the U.S. will no longer tolerate North Korea’s threatening acts, and that they will pay them back in full. Previ…
  • Thom Rainer

    Five Reasons Growth May Be More Difficult in Your Church

    Cultural Christianity is dying. One no longer has to be a Christian or in a church to be accepted by society. That relatively easy pool of prospective attendees for our churches is disappearing.
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    10 Encouragements for Those Discouraged by the Church

    Churches are flawed. Every single church is broken in various ways and differing degrees. Yours. Mine. Yes, even the “better” ones.
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    4 Signs a Couple Will Recover From Near Divorce

    The wife walked into my office alone. She informed me that her husband would be arriving separately. When he finally came, they talked to me, but not to one another.
  • Bryan Kim

    Weep for Korea, Our Homeland

    On March 10, eight justices from the Supreme Court of Korea unanimously voted for the unprecedented impeachment of President Geun-Hye Park. Among the five grounds for impeachment introduced by the National Assembly, the violation of sovereign power and the constitution was enough to determine her im…
  • Thom Rainer

    At What Age Should a Pastor Retire? Ten Diagnostic Questions

    There are a lot of us Baby Boomer pastors and Christian leaders around. And it’s cliché, but we aren’t getting any younger. It’s a quiet question that many are asking, but they are asking it nonetheless: What age should I retire?
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