Social media was abuzz recently, when two gospel artists were engaged in an online controversy. Online disputes occur more frequently in our tech savvy world, not just in the gospel arena.Â However, the Scriptures are specific on how to handle â€œbeef.â€Â Matthew 18:15-17 says,Â â€œIf your brother sins against you go and confront him while the two [...]
Somewhere in the process of naming my kids I seemed to have picked up a new middle name of my ownâ€”â€œMultitasking.â€ It seems thereâ€™s never enough time in my â€œto-dayâ€ for my â€œto-doâ€ list. Yet I absolutely amaze my husband with the multitude of things I am able to do at one time. Turns out, [...]
I love to laugh! Anyone who knows me is quite aware of this. My wife Nannette, constantly warns people not to laugh at one of my jokes (like, when I’m preaching, and people say “Amen,” I am often guilty of going a little longer). As a pastor, I’ve seen the truthfulness of Proverbs 17:22. In [...]
Weâ€™re halfway through 2012. That means its half-timeâ€”time to reassess how your year is going and make the necessary changes to ensure victory six months from now! The race is on for strategic change that leads to lasting victories. One of footballâ€™s most powerful strategies is known as a â€œBlitz.â€ A blitz is a proactive [...]
Could it be that something or someone besides God is pulling at your heart strings? Take this short quiz and do some soul searching. Which choice characterizes your behavior most often? Are there areas you need to prayerfully consider?
An editorial by Pastor Will Thomas “13 When the south wind blew softly, supposing that they had obtained their desire, putting out to sea, they sailed close by Crete. 14 But not long after, a tempestuous head wind arose, called Euroclydon. 15 So when the ship was caught, and could not head into the wind, [...]
Gospel Today Publisher, Roland Hairston chats with Gospel Today Health Columnist, Dr. Sharon Ottey about “How to Make Lasting Change”.
An editorial by Pastor Will Thomas I recently saw an article where the Mayor’s of Pittsburgh and Denver had made a friendly bet (which normally happens as a gesture of goodwill among the two cities playing) for whichever team wins the game the losing Mayor will do something for the other Mayor. Well, unless you [...]
EDITORIAL: This editorial was penned by Jay T. Hairston (see full bio below) As a boy growing up in my family one of the great memories of Christmases past, was the big bowl or basket of fruit my mother would put out on the table for all of us to freely eat. It seemed like [...]
â€œAre you ready for Christmas?â€ Thatâ€™s a loaded question for some of us! Most would say â€œTâ€™is the season to be jolly,â€ but for millions of Americans, the holidays are a time of overt or implicit avoidance, seeping sadness, unshakeable anger and anxiety. Why?Â While there are a host of reasons for the holiday blues, [...]