Sometimes it seems like the church too often forgets those most in need. How can churches keep the focus where it should be?
Diplomatic and Tactful – How often do you think those two words are used to describe youth leaders?
Burnout. Ineffectiveness. Moral flaws. Can you get past these issues to Prevent Ministry Failure?
"Sometimes I feel as if I am the only caring one in our young adults group," laments a young church servant. Read more in “He Said-She Said.”
Here are three important lessons on mentorship for both younger and older pastors.
There are few better ways for your church to share the gospel with unbelievers than through a ministry to those with special needs and their families.
Christians can be right on the key facts of the gospel, but at the same time miss some of the critical implications and applications for daily living.
Every pastor who still wants to be in the ministry five years from now needs to take a day or two off each quarter to hit “refresh.”
Life is all about tension. Growth and decay. Light and dark. We see it in our spiritual lives, too. Even in prayer.
By average I don’t mean mediocre or lazy. Just normal. Because that’s what most of those leading in churches today are. Normal.
God speaks in many ways and in various places. However, there is a difference between God speaking and our hearing Him.
The knee-jerk “change or die” reactions seem to have dominated the how-should-we-do-church conversation. Stetzer’s analysis offers a seasoned, nuanced, and biblical response to the shifting currents in American culture.
Once you meet people in deep and extreme poverty, you understand the fury of the prophets. It was in a slum in Bihar, India, where my heart first cried out for both justice and mercy—as the prophets did before me.
Dr. Roger shares 5 important reasons why churches should talk about money and ask for it consistently.
A reader wonders why her cheating husband is prospering and she is not. Dr. Roger looks at what Psalm 73 says about when life seems unfair.
Most songwriters want to get their songs on the radio. Keith and Kristyn Getty hope their songs end up in dusty old hymnbooks.
I'm proposing that every church needs to have four teams of workers who will focus on people in the congregation who need our help.