Resources About Servanthood
God walks with us during the hard times.
God doesn’t raise up churches unless He raises up people to help them function.
Too often, we avoid conflict and miss out on God’s blessing.
Until we see and admit our sinfulness—until Christ has cleansed us on the inside—we’re dirty no matter how wonderful we look on the outside.
The role of the pastor is often complicated by problematic issues that must be handled gracefully, effectively, and sometimes publicly. Well-known pastor and conference speaker Erwin Lutzer offers practical advice … See More >
Throughout its turbulent history, the Church has often been diverted from its primary mission. The lure of taking side-roads is tempting, especially in the face of a degenerating culture. We must ask difficult questions and turn to the Bible for answers. In this series, Dr. Erwin Lutzer helps us do …
Greatness: when Jesus knew that His time had come, He, the Creator, got down on His hands and knees and washed the feet of His creation.
A mutual commitment to the marriage covenant surpasses one’s desire for personal happiness.
The world is filled with lost and hurt people. In this pair of sermons, the compassion of Christ is unveiled toward the troubled and marginalized. Pastor Lutzer challenges us by Jesus’ example, asking us if we will be the heart and touch of Jesus in a broken world …
“Tired nature’s sweet restorer, balmy sleep,” is essential to the health and vigor of body and mind. But our moral and spiritual natures need no sleep. Love, faith, hope, humility need never slumber. Hence in Heaven we shall be able to serve God day and night. The spiritual will have the supremacy. The untiring will be forever active. In the 9th verse of the previous chapter Israel is trying to wake up Jehovah. “Awake, awake; put on strength, O arm of the Lord.” The words of our text is God’s answer to that prayer. “Awake, awake; put on … Read More >