Where in the Bible does it say God commands us, as Christians, to be leaders?  When Jesus called His disciples, He didn’t tell them, “Lead others.”  He told them, “Follow Me.”

And yet that’s not what church conferences tend to be about.  Nor is it the stuff of bestselling books. Nor will you find a degree on “following” offered at seminary.

No doubt, leadership is biblical and of paramount importance. Yet in all the hype we create over leading, we often leave something missing in the minds of many followers who sincerely want to glorify God. Read More

Where I Learned to Practice My Theology

The dean of A.W. Tozer Theological Seminary tells how seminary deepened her relationship with God. Read More

Where Is God in Tragedy?

Looking for meaning and hope in a broken world. Read More

Is Seminary Still Relevant?

A serious look at the value of theological training in the 21st century. Read More

Grief can be an uncomfortable part of life and ministry. But love is often accompanied by godly grief. Read More

When my husband, Jim, and I went to Zimbabwe, we had fellowship on the spot with a man named Bekele who explained to us painful details of his personal testimony, even though we had all just met. We were so riveted by his account of God’s forgiveness that we repented in his backyard of holding grudges against each other in our marriage. Apart from Christ, Bekele would have been to us a stranger. But in Christ he was our brother from the start. Read More