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.
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    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

    The Wisdom of Completing What Has Been Started

    Wisdom is needed in order to complete a work that’s been started. It is definitely not an easy thing to complete a work that’s been started. Many people live without completing the things that they have started.
  • Thom Rainer

    Eight Time Drainers of Pastors and Staff (and Eight Solutions)

    “The greatest gift you could give me is more time.” The statement was made half jokingly by a pastor. Of course, he didn’t think I could create days with more than 24-hours. But he was busy, overcommitted, and worn out.
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    The Wisdom of Entering into Deep Solitude (Part Two)

    People are lonely. Loneliness is the existence of human being. I have never seen a person who is not lonely. I see that celebrities who live on popularity are more afflicted with loneliness.
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    Why Medical Insurance Companies Should Invest in Seminaries

    Imagine that a normal, healthy 52 year old woman—a loving wife, mother of two children, a devout woman of faith who regularly volunteers at her church—suddenly suffers a massive stroke and comes to the ER. What would the family choose to do when they find out the possibility of her waking up and…
  • Thom Rainer

    Seven Relational Skills of Great Church Leaders

    They are the two most common causes of forced termination of pastors. 1.Weak leadership skills. 2.Poor relational skills. Much has been written in the past decade on leadership skills. The body of literature on the topic is massive and growing. I certainly have little to add in a brief blog post.
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    Longing for Silence

    I sometimes long for silence. Words are important to pastors because they live by words. But in the midst of continuous preaching and conversing with people, there are times I long for silence.
  • Thom Rainer

    Five Reasons It Is So Painful for a Pastor to Lose a Church Member

    “I don’t want you take this personally, pastor, but we are leaving the church.” Yeah. Right. The church member might as well have stabbed the pastor with a knife while noting it was not personal. One of the most painful and personal aspects of a pastor’s ministry is the departure of church m…
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    Life Lessons Learned Through Ping-Pong

    I always knew that exercising is good for the health, but I actually haven’t been exercising regularly. Whenever people ask me, “What kind of exercise do you do for your health? How do you keep your health?” I awkwardly answered, “I do breathing exercise.”
  • Thom Rainer

    Five Kinds of Churches That Must Change or Die

    Change or die. Imagine hearing those words from your physician. I hope you would be motivated to change. Eat well. Exercise. Stop smoking. You get the picture.
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    Evangelical Pneumatology IX: The Rise of Protestant Pneumatology from Wesleyanism

    John Wesley's pneumatology is significant as we deal with the contemporary Christian pneumatology. When Wesley encountered the experience of Aldersgate Street at May 24, 1738, it meant that he already received the Puritan doctrine of conviction. This kind of conviction, in that sense, can be called …
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