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Midwives: Find the Lost, Seekers in the Congregation

I wish for your church a small, dedicated group of people who are called, gifted, trained and faithful in helping people into the kingdom of God. Call them soulwinners or witnesses. I call them midwives.

The Next Billy Graham Might Be Drunk Right Now

Whenever I start to get discouraged about the future of the church, I remember a conversation I had a few years ago with evangelical theologian Carl F. H. Henry on what would turn out to be his last visit to Southern Seminary before his death...

Ten Temptations of a Leader

Every time we fall into one of the temptations, we end up short-circuiting our purpose, sinning against God, harming others, and deceiving ourselves into thinking we are doing well.

  • Dr. Bill Lawrence |
  • December 30, 2011 |
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Predictions recently presented their top 10 predictions for 2012, based on the top trending questions posed by their 60 million users from January 1 – November 15, 2011.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • December 30, 2011 |
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New Year's Resolutions for You and Your Church

What would a set of New Year’s resolutions look like for you and your church?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • December 28, 2011 |
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Reach the Ugly Woman in the Balcony

In this third entry in the series on Church Members Extraordinary, we learn that most people read the "ugly" countenance of others wrongly.

Pastoral Infidelity: Problems and Solutions

When a pastor falls into sin, especially sexual sin, the ripple effect on the lives of others is often immeasurable.

Our Staff Rarely Leave

Any organization that has great staff wants to hold on to them. We are no different. However, at some point, many of our staff sense God calling them to a new place. What then, are we to do?

Quashing the Ruckus at the Back of your Bus

As a lifelong church brat accustomed to living by lists and working out my own sanctification, I found this book empowering. I've never read a work that so accurately and biblically fleshes out the inner life.

Leaders: Find the Devil in Pew Number Seven

Deacons and other mature leaders of the church have a responsibility probably not spelled out in their bylaws, but as necessary as any given them in scripture or by the membership: Be on a constant lookout for trouble and troublemakers within the congregation.

Simple Ways to Help Hurting Families this Christmas

Is someone in your congregation experiencing a difficult Christmas? You can offer comfort and encouragement this season by reaching out with these sweet remembrances.

Churchill's 5 Leadership Lessons for Pastors

Pastors can identify with the ups and downs of Churchill's career. His triumphs and tragedies can even teach us a thing or two about leadership.

Closed for Christmas

Many churches, finding that Christmas falls on a Sunday this year, are choosing to scale back their services or even cancel them in light of the holiday.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • December 15, 2011 |
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Pastors and Pain

Pastors are no strangers to pain, but... is it possible to turn that pain into gold?

Soft, Effeminate Christianity

Effeminate Christianity comes about when Christians are too afraid to fight for what is right and to protest against what is wrong.

Ministering to the Ministers

Most of us love our pastors and want the best for them. Find out how to bring your pastor daily encouragement.

The Hardest Sermon You'll Ever Preach (or hear)

“Trust God” or "He's in a better place" can ring hollow in the ears of a person whose entire life has just ground to a halt.

  • Expository Thoughts |
  • December 08, 2011 |
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Pastoring the People You Have

We are tempted to put all of our time and energy into the people who don't yet fill our pews. Why this is wrong.

Online Giving: Is Your Church One of the 86 Percent?

There are some classic reasons why churches say they don’t allow online giving...

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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