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What is a Healthy Church Member?

Bottom line, for Christians, playing an active part in the local church is not optional. God intends for every believer to contribute to the mission of the local church and experience profound spiritual growth as a result.

The Questionable Authority of Archaeology

Christians are understandably interested in the archaeology of the lands of the Bible. After all, ours is a faith that makes historical claims ...

Finding Your Own Strength Zone

Former all-star baseball catcher Jim Sundberg advised, "Discover your uniqueness, then discipline yourself to develop it." Good advice for those in vocational ministry, too.

Is the 21st Century Church Grounded, Gazing, or Greatly Empowered?

If the 21st Century Church is going to transform the culture we have to leave the building. We must go where the people are, build a bridge of fellowship, and demonstrate the love of Christ even as we gently warn.

On Church Leadership

Mark Driscoll knows something about church leadership. Writing out of his personal experience and biblical conviction, the pastor of Mars Hill Church in Seattle examines six important areas of church leadership, boiling down the big concepts behind church leadership into this practical little book.

From Political Pessimism to Gospel Hope

I am amazed at the level of pessimism among so many Christians that I encounter. Is it a product of too much reliance on politics?

Not the Religious Type

As an atheist, Dave Schmelzer never thought of himself as the religious type. And he still doesn't, even though he now believes in God and leads a large Boston church in the shadow of some of the nation's most impressive universities. Read more of his thoughts in Not the Religious Type.

Drive-by Evangelism, or Missional Rescue Force?

What kind of culture has developed within the American Church to produce such legalistic thinking that it borders on the inhumane?

Gary Chapman Shares Ways Ministers' Wives can 'Love a Leader'

Gary Chapman, author of The Five Love Languages, offers seven things ministers' wives must know to truly love their leader husbands...

When Do We Build?

Church growth brings challenges: finding additional leaders for classes and programs, dealing with parking stresses, and the big question: when do we build?

Prayer Coach

You don’t have to be an apostle Paul or a John Wesley or a Billy Graham to pray well. It is something that we become good at by just doing it. The problem is, many Christians fail to plan their prayer time, and end up avoiding it, author Jim Nicodem says. This new books aims to help plan, praise, and set patterns for one-on-one prayer time with God.

In Error and Apostate: The Anglican Division Looms

The issues now separating liberals and conservatives within the global Anglican Communion are no longer matters on which compromise can be reached.

Do Prophets Still Exist Today?

Perhaps more than with any other label, we must use extreme caution when either demonstrating this gift or receiving it from others, because we are biblically forewarned.

Has Your Flock Already Yielded to Gay Marriage?

Is the battle against same-sex marriage already lost?

Being the Church in a Time of Troubles

The concern for the Christian today is that unlike our early brothers and sisters, the church all too often appears similar to the surrounding culture.

Why We Urgently Need to Go After the Men in our Congregations

A large proportion of our men cannot give in their relationships what their hearts do not possess. That is why a pastor I know in Texas targets men on purpose.

A Time of Troubles

When a civilization responds to challenges, it grows. Conversely, civilizations decline when their leaders stop responding creatively or with wisdom. Where is our civilization right now?

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