by Dwight Short (The Christian Post Blog) Return to Articles The February mountain top experience known as the Kingdom Advisors Annual Conference just finished in Atlanta and this year’s version was no exception. Present at the conference were outstanding speakers; advisors with incredible testimonies; and investment professionals who offer services geared to anyone with faith…

by Mark Kelly (Baptist Press) Return to Articles If Southern Baptists want to see a “Great Commission Resurgence,” Henry Blackaby believes they need to focus on the relationship between disciples and the living Lord Jesus, not launch a new emphasis on evangelism. “I have felt for a long time that Southern Baptists have focused on…

by Winston Skinner (The Times-Herald) Return to Articles Henry T. Blackaby, who wrote the book on empowering Christians and churches to be what they should be, offered Coweta pastors some straight talk. Blackaby, 73, is known to Christians around the world because of his book, “Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God.” The…

by Henry T. Blackaby Return to Articles In every generation wars are neither desired nor welcomed. We are devastatingly reminded again and again that pain, death and destruction are always left in their wake. And yet, throughout our nation’s history from the very beginning of its birth wars have been necessary to fight for, secure…

by Henry T. Blackaby Return to Articles Henry T. Blackaby, who wrote the book on empowering Christians and churches to be what they should be, offered Coweta pastors some straight talk. Blackaby, 73, is known to Christians around the world because of his book, “Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God.” The book…

by Henry T. Blackaby Return to Articles Our Bible is full of truth from God. It speaks about the nature of God, His purposes and His ways. It also has much to say about our lives and what our relationship with God should look like. An enormous truth that we find in 2 Corinthians 5:20…

by Henry T. Blackaby Return to Articles The 2008 new year has already ushered in with it enormous challenges for every believer. The appalling violence of global terrorism among our nations is ever increasing and widening. Consequently, much of our international political landscape is filled with turmoil and upheaval. Bloodshed is rampant. And with it…

by Ken Walker Return to Articles Several years ago, Richard Blackaby’s youngest son, Daniel, suffered from a mysterious sleeping disorder that often kept him awake until 3 or 4 a.m. Finally, his parents pulled him out of school. “God, don’t you care about me?” Daniel prayed one night. “I’m being sleep deprived. I don’t even…

by Henry T. Blackaby Return to Articles In Luke 18:1-8 Jesus reminds us “that men always ought to pray and not lose heart” And to illustrate this, He spoke a parable about a persistent, helpless widow who sought justice from her adversary. But the judge to whom she took her complaint “did not fear God…

by Henry T. Blackaby Return to Articles Faith, or belief, can only operate in the present. It takes no faith to believe what has been –- that’s settled. Likewise, it takes no faith to believe what God can do, for with God all things are possible. Faith functions in what you believe God is going…

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