Originally given as the Commencement Address at Union University in December 2013, Michael Duduit challenges the students to not be safe but to be dangerous.
Good things can become idols that keep us from God’s best. Things that once served a good purpose can eventually become bad things that distort and disrupt what God intends for us. You understand how good things can go bad, …
Your Church Members Are Different Than You
Despite what many pastors think, your members are not just like you.
A Gift to Be Shared
God’s love is he most amazing gift you will ever receive, could ever receive. And God’s love is a gift to be shared this Christmas season.
Thank You Calvin Miller
Calvin passed away unexpectedly Sunday after complications from heart surgery.
Planting New Churches is Key to Reaching Our Nation
Although it may not look like it from the streets of Upstate South Carolina – where there seems to be a church on every street corner – but the church in America is declining in proportion to the population. Gallup …
Preaching on Mission
The Millennial generation self identifies as approximately 7% Christian. This is only 2% from being eligible to be classified as an unreached people-group. This means that all churches in North America must regain their missional footing. We are a people on a mission.
Easter: The Unexpected Event That Changed History
In that sense, Easter is the greatest joke in history – not because it isn’t an authentic historical event, but because it caught everyone by surprise. The resurrection of Jesus was the surprise ending of Holy Week – the unexpected twist that caught everyone off guard.
Loving God With Your Mind
Your brain is the most amazing thing ever created. It’s a three-pound mass of tissue that contains more than 100 billion neurons, with each of those connecting to about 10,000 other neurons. In other words, your brain is like a …
Of Pastors and Presidents
I’ve been watching the presidential candidate debates – I know, I really need a hobby – and it occurs to me that if churches called pastors the way parties nominate presidents . . . We’d line up 7 or 8 …