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Christianity Isn't Dying, Cultural Christianity Is

Is Christianity dying out in American? Ph.D researcher and practicing evangelical Christian Ed Stetzer says, "Not so fast."

Why You Should Tithe To Your Local Church

What you are missing if you are not consistent in your giving

Contrasting Singleness vs. Alone-ness in Ministerial Hiring

"Single" and "alone" are not synonymous. A person can be married and alone just as one can be single and live a full life in community.

  • John Mark Reynolds |
  • October 03, 2012 |
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The Church Needs Shepherds, Not Coaches

Some pastors unwittingly eschew solid and timeless biblical terminology in favor of denuded jargon that can essentially mean anything or worse, nothing at all. The Bible says that church leaders are shepherds.

What Spiritual Immaturity Looks Like

A spiritual infant looks and acts a lot like human infants. They’re self-centered, cry-babies, impatient, helpless, noisy, and messy.

What Not to Wear: How to Teach Modesty

As parents, how do we handle our children's desire to dress inappropriately? Dr. Roger shares his thoughts.

  • Dr. Roger Barrier |
  • September 12, 2012 |
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Bad News for Pastors Who are Loners

I can show you several preachers who cannot count on the fingers of one hand the number of true friends they have. They are loners, and, if I’m any judge, they have chosen to be that way. They will live to regret it a hundred times in a thousand ways.

Producing a Comeback Church

How did 324 churches start growing again after experiencing a pattern of plateau or decline? According to one study, some factors were perceived to be more important than others by comeback leaders.

  • Ed Stetzer and Mike Norman |
  • August 29, 2012 |
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Church Growth Syndrome

Many churches today have succumbed to church growth syndrome. Pastors and church leaders are always looking for the next new thing which promises to renew their congregation, as if church growth and renewal were something that could be purchased.

Is Your Church a Safe Church?

With proper security measures in place, a church or religious organization can deter or prevent a potential incident from happening, said security experts.

Protecting Your Pastor's Marital Fidelity

How can the church walk alongside its pastor to help him keep his marriage vows with joy?

In Defense of Christian bookstores, publishers, and Southern Baptists

At the risk of sounding old fashioned, let me push back on all of the white hot outrage among young evangelicals

The Congregation's 10 Commandments of Preaching

In the absence of a union to let pastors know how the congregation is receiving their sermons, we are hereby taking it upon ourselves to act on their behalf.

First Impressions: What Guests See When They Visit Your Church

Want visitors to your church to return? Check out your competency in these areas.

What is the Role of the Holy Spirit in the Church Today?

You have asked a critical question. To many of us the Holy Spirit is the forgotten member of the Godhead.

How to Take Your Church to the Next Level

Is your church emerging? Consolidating? Declining? No matter the case, learn how to keep your congregation faithful and fruitful.

Hit By Friendly Fire: What To Do When Christians Hurt You

It is war, and a deadly missile is now headed for you. The one who fired it is on your side. Hit by friendly fire, what will you do?

The Greatest Tragedy in the Christian Church

Do you find yourself in a church filled with spiritual children? Even teenagers recognize the hypocrisy and indeed the tragedy of Christians who refuse to grow and mature.

Will They Find Us Singing or Whining?

How should Christians live after we've lost a major cultural battle?

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