Not every church is healthy, and it doesn’t take long for its sickness to spread.
Jesus is a champion knight who kills the dragon to get his girl.
Say it with me: “The church is the people. The church is the people. The church is the people.”
The fundamental responsibility of every pastor is to follow Jesus and to lead others into doing the same.
The gospel says that Jesus died to create the church (Titus 2:14), who is God’s family.
In order to lead well, pastors must be teachers who are well-grounded in the truth.
To serve visitors like Jesus requires that we care about them, listen to them, and get to know them.
Churches gather to remember their need and to rejoice in God’s gracious provision through Jesus.
Healthy churches are families who love, serve, and care for each other.
Jesus didn’t die just to rescue individuals, but to create a community who lives for him.
If Jesus lived and died to create the church, shouldn’t we know what its purpose is?
Making disciples requires more than the effort and skill of one person in order to be accomplished.