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What Makes a Church “Relevant”?

What can churches do to increase their relevance? Why do church leaders need to become good case makers?

How Pastors Can Keep from Losing Heart, Part 1: Mercy

Paul found a way to keep from losing heart in his ministry, even though his trials in the world and the church likely were great.

  • Founders Ministries Blog |
  • June 19, 2013 |
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Prayer is the Strategy of Heaven

Our God is a mighty warrior. He is a God who has a strategic plan. You and I can take part in this strategic plan.

Kissing on the Lips: Is it Okay for Family?

A reader asks: Is it appropriate for family members to kiss on the lips when saying hello or goodbye? Dr. Roger looks at what the Bible has to say about kissing.

Conquering Church Cliques: How to Welcome Others

Learn how to have a warm, inviting church.

Why Calvinists and Arminians Can Unite for Religious Liberty

We all believe in God’s sovereignty and we all believe in human freedom, though we differ on the qualifications of both. But when the government tries to be the ultimate sovereign, or to coerce free consciences, we know to stand against that, and for another kingdom, together.

Diversity and Friendship

Diversity is not a word in the Bible but by definition we cannot escape it. And why would we want to? Diversity is a beautiful reflection of God’s creation.

Man of Steel Gives us a Superman for the Ages

Born Kal-El of Krypton, adopted as Clark Kent by a humble Kansas farm couple, Superman is perhaps the world’s most famous superhero.

17 Ways Pastors Can Hit the “Refresh” Button

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.”

But I want a big ministry

How often do we overlook ministry opportunities because they don't fit our idea of being big enough?

Lost or Never Found? Some Students Who Leave the Church Never Really Belonged

If you want to see teenagers develop lifelong, incomparably intimate relationships with Jesus that can survive past high school, stop assuming you know where they stand with Christ.

What Does it Mean to "Fear the Lord?"

What does the Bible mean when it says we should "fear the Lord?" Dr. Roger discusses why it's not a bad thing to fear God.

The Racial Divide in Churches

Is it your church? Are you perpetuating division within the walls of your church?

Is Your Church a Kingdom Colony or a Country Club?

Our hearts drift toward tribalism, the tendency to gather with people just like us and to reflect ourselves rather than the missionary heart of God. We’re always putting up mirrors around the light of the gospel when we should be putting up windows.

Family Worship: Why?

Being in a healthy, Bible-teaching local church is important for Christian parenting. But is it enough?

Is it OK to Hate a Terrorist?

Dr. Roger looks at what the Bible says about God's hate toward evil and how he deals with those who carry out evil acts of terrorism.

Addressing the Widow Epidemic: Eight Great Principles from the Book of Ruth

One of the greatest unmet ministry needs in our country today is that of widows. Not the traditional widow, but single moms.

7 Things Pastors' Wives Wish They Had Been Told

"I wish someone had told me just to be myself. I am a people-pleaser, so being a pastor's wife was a burden early in our ministry."

3 Challenges for the Church Planter

Recently, I’ve spoken with a dozen or so church planters, or those wrestling the call, several each week, and the same issues come up every time. I want to share some thoughts based on my personal experiences planting two churches.

Reaching the Suburbs for Jesus
Reaching the Suburbs for Jesus

In his engaging book Suburbianity, pastor Byron Yawn asks American Christians to get truly radical about embracing God’s call to an ordinary life where our nice, affluent, next-door neighbors need Christ as much as anyone living in the third-world.

  • Christianity.com via GodTube.com |
  • May 22, 2013 |
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