“For Miller, history was fundamentally ironic. Victory and achievement produce disappointment and disaster; progress results from causes other than one’s … Continue reading “Ironic history” →
One of the interesting things about success is that we think we know what it means. The same can be … Continue reading “Success in church growth” →
We do ourselves a huge disservice when we treat the church like the business world. It is the utmost folly … Continue reading “Church business” →
In his last paragraph of today’s devotional, Ed Mathews wrote about Ezekiel’s commission, using Ezek 2.5 as his main text: … Continue reading “Passage has special significance for servants of the word” →
Discipline and persistence are two necessary qualities for success in any endeavor.