Our gracious Father and God, You are the great ruler over all creation. You are the Lord, You alone. You have made heaven, the heaven of heavens, with all their host, the earth and all that is on it, the seas and all that is in them; and You preserve all of them; and the host of heaven worships You.
What takeaways did one pastor have after attending a local Black Lives Matter chapter meeting? C’mon up and chop with Louis Love on The Front Porch.
When all the mayhem that went down a couple of weeks ago, like so many, we are stunned, silent, and declaring “thus says the Lord.” Yet in times of turmoil, unrest, and utter helplessness have proven to be seasons when Black preaching is at its best.
Sometimes the life of a pastor’s wife can be made more difficult and lonely than it needs to be. Here are some remedies.
Louis Love looks to the Scriptures to consider what a godly leader must not be and what he must do. C’mon up and join him on the porch.
C’mon up to learn about giving thanks from the healing of the Samaritan lepers. Happy Thanksgiving from The Front Porch!
Why is the character of a leader in the church so crucial to the church’s well being? Who ought to seek a leadership position in the church? C’mon up and join the conversation.
Does your family worship feel like detention? How might it be more enjoyable? What is the importance of family worship? C’mon up and join the conversation.
Have you ever witnessed a preaching time when the message was okay, but the brother and his pulpit theatrics were kind of over the top? C’mon up for some guidelines on guarding against showmanship in the pulpit.
Today, on the porch, the conversation is about moms. C’mon up and share a word about your mother if you’re so inclined.
Louis Love shares one of Dr. Gardner C. Taylor’s sermons that demonstrates the genius of the black pulpit stringing Gospel truths in and around issues in the lives of the congregation.
Louis Love walks us through nine insights from the book of Esther that reflect how Christians ought to respond in the times of the Fergusons, Garners, and Rices. C’mon up and joint he conversation during these “Mordecai Moments.”