If you have been following the growth of Christianity around the world you have seen it is the more charismatic type of churches experiencing the greatest increases. Combine this information with what we looked at last time, and you will notice that this phenomenon is taking place in cultures that fit two of the learning styles…
Do you believe the Word of God is powerful and active? How can you engage students with the Scriptures so they take ownership of their faith?
Ashley Belknap and Sherry Lanier share their heart and go into what they will be offering at Amazing Grace 360, the 2011 Women’s International Women’s Conference
Each church is urged to identify the week of September 12-17, 2011 as “Seniors’ Week.” Seize an opportunity to recognize this fast-growing portion of our population and in our church life. Commit that time and some creative energy to fulfilling the frequent Biblical command to “Honor elders.”
Since CEP hosted the 2006 International Women in the Church Conference with over 4000 women in attendance we have been repeatedly asked, “When will you host the next one?” After much prayer and discussion, we are ready to announce another CEP Conference for PCA women, ages 13 years and up.
“The Lord has changed me in numerous ways. One of the most significant of those is how he has given me a much greater appreciation of my need for other people and the corporate nature of the gospel.” – Doug Kothe
Former PCA pastor and CEP writer and teacher goes to be with our Lord on June 13, 2011…
This year’s General Assembly at Virginia Beach is just around the corner. There will be plenty of opportunities to use this time to strengthen your men’s ministry. Find out how…
Today’s feminized Western culture has declared war on masculinity. To mention any fundamental differences between the sexes is not politically correct. Moreover, our boys are being pressured to be more like girls and subjected to a relentless assault upon their masculinity.
Repentance is the other side of faith: The basic idea of repentance is to stop moving in one direction and begin moving in another. 1. Children who are raised in nurturing Christian families and churches, and who respond to Christ at an early age, may as adults look back and wonder, from what, if anything, … Continued