In the face of a candidate’s antics, “America’s Pastor” speaks out.
Max Lucado is a pastor in San Antonio and a bestselling author of 32 books including the most recent Glory Days. In a 2004 piece, Christianity Today dubbed Max Lucado “America’s Pastor,” alluding to his broad appeal to mainstream Americans. Part of that appeal can be attributed to his approach to politics: typically, he stays out of it.
Max Lucado shares ways that God's promises can encourage Christians through the unique challenges of parenthood.
I don't know Mr. Trump. But I've been chagrined at his antics. He ridiculed a war hero. He made mockery of a reporter's menstrual cycle.
Popular author of "Glory Days" talks stalled-out Christians, Bible meditation, and defining prosperity. The post The Promise of Prosperity: A Q&A with Max Lucado appeared first on OnFaith.
Minister and author Max Lucado of Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas, has released his latest fiction book, "Miracle at the Higher Grounds Café," which deals with various Christian topics, including prayer.