Elders, Part One
Browse through a book on leadership, and you may read that good leaders are marked by giftedness, personality, and organizational skills. But when Paul urged Titus to see that elders were appointed in the church at Crete, he provided a very different list of qualifications. In this study in Titus 1:5-9, we learn that the elders should be men whose lives are submitted to the word of God who shepherd the church by teaching and guarding the truth.
Crying Out to a Silent God
Sometimes God seems silent and far away. Psalm 88 records an example of one man's experience of this kind ...
Not Why, Who
The Old Testament book of Job chronicles the trials and suffering of a godly man. As the book draws to ...
The Lord's Servant
When interacting with others, Christian leaders – and the rest of us – may be tempted to quarrel over points where we ...