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April 12, 2013
Jesus once told of a wealthy man who went on a long journey. Before the man left, he entrusted his wealth to three servants. To one he gave five units, to another just two units, and to the last he gave only one. Each received “according to his ability,” Jesus said. The servant with the five units invested them and made five more. The one entrusted with two units also traded with them, and made two more. The servant who had received only one unit dug a hole in the ground and hid it, keeping it safe, he thought.
April 8, 2013
Christians are rightly and necessarily concerned about leadership, but many Christians seem to aim no higher than secular standards and visions of leadership. We can learn a great deal from the secular world and its studies of leadership and its practices, but the last thing the church needs is warmed over business theories decorated with Christian language.
March 16, 2010
What should pastors do when they no longer hold the defining beliefs of their denominations? That’s the question posed this week in the Washington Post’s “On Faith” discussion. Unfortunately, it’s a question that reflects a common reality these days. On today’s show, Dr. Mohler argues that the answer to this question is simple: leave. While…
October 15, 2008
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