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Should the Church and its Ministers be Controversial?

No matter what you say or write, there is no controversy until someone does not agree with you.

Finding the Flow of a Successful Small Group

Build a small group that encourages people to study Scripture in a relational way, and you’ll Find the Flow that will unleash God’s Spirit into your group. Here’s how.

Did He Really Say What I Said? The Challenge of Preaching Through an Interpreter

As more and more churches respond to the call of short-term missions, this brings with it the challenge of preaching through an interpreter.

Evangelicalism in America: Waxing or Waning?

Are we witnessing the collapse of evangelicalism in America? Many think so. I, for one, do not.

Nunc Super Tunc: Does History Matter?

American Christians have a lot of virtues but historical mindedness isn’t one of them. As Americans we like to think that we’re the first to do most things but history demonstrates that to be false. We’re not the first Christians. We’re part of an ancient and widespread family.

Help Poor People Help Themselves

No matter how well intentioned you are, your ministry won't be effective if you simply provide services for the poor.

Preaching on Sensitive Subjects

Paper or Podcast? Churches Juggle Media for All Ages

The challenge for Edwards, and for church leaders of other multi-generational churches, is how to best balance the technological needs of younger people with the wishes and requirements of the older crowd.

Leader or Manager?

Every institution exists because of leadership and management. Your church couldn't survive without them. Every pastor, whether mandated or not, is expected to provide both.

God Has Made Himself Known

Big Churches Posting Small Membership Losses

Membership has waned in the nation's largest Christian bodies -- the Roman Catholic Church and the Southern Baptist Convention -- while mainline Protestant churches continue to shrink.

Numbers Do Matter

What's with the judgmental venom surrounding church attendance numbers?

Contextual Preaching

Going to Hell for All the Right Reasons

We read the Apostles’ Creed very casually, especially when it comes to this statement: "He descended into hell." Because we read it so casually, it does not comfort us; it does not move us; it does not strengthen us; and it does not provoke our thinking.

  • Robert Smith Jr. |
  • February 26, 2009 |
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The Pastor as Coach

A professional coach who was a pastor for 18 years answers questions such as how the roles and responsibilities of pastoring are similar to coaching.

  • Phil Miglioratti |
  • February 25, 2009 |
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Apologetics in the 21st Century

As I argue in Uncompromised Faith, the study of historic Christian apologetics is essential for any person who professes to be a follower of Christ. But in light of our postmodern condition, I want to emphasize the need for a new kind of apologetic: a "cultural" apologetic.

Preaching with Power

The Program-Driven Church

Do our churches look too much like the Mall of America?

Prayer: What the Guy in the Pew Wishes the Pastor Knew

Pastor, you need to give some thought to what you say from the pulpit. I'm not referring to the sermon...

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