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The Window of Adultery

Protect your church leaders from sexual impurity.

Swine Flu and the Common Cup

Why do our evangelical Lord’s Supper services so often look like the clinical communal rinse-and-spit of fluoride at an elementary school rather than like a loving family gathered around a feast table?

When Should a Pastor Leave a Church?

Love the church as it is now even as you dream of what God may do in the days to come.

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • October 27, 2011 |
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The median worship attendance at a typical congregation has declined – again – from 130 to 108.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • October 20, 2011 |
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At Jacob's Well

That’s a place and a context I had not thought about too much until I read Richard Phillips’ book Jesus the Evangelist. Based on a series of expositional sermons, this book teaches the principles and practice of witnessing by looking at the model of Jesus in the first four chapters of John.

Rob Bell Not the First Megachurch Pastor to Step Down

Some high-profile pastors are opting to leave congregational ministry altogether to pursue publishing and other media ventures full time.

  • G. Jeffrey MacDonald |
  • September 29, 2011 |
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The Church in Post-Christendom (Part 2): Understanding the 'Good News'

What exactly is the church’s mission? In order to answer this question, we must first accurately define the gospel.

  • Michael Craven |
  • September 15, 2011 |
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The Church in a Post-Christian Culture

In times past, the church occupied a central and influential place in society. But what does the new, post-Christian cultural condition mean for the church and its mission?

  • Michael Craven |
  • September 08, 2011 |
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Is Your Church Sending Mixed Messages?

As you sit at home –- or in your office –- reading this story, your church continues to communicate many messages to your community.

10 Ways to Know You're Getting it Right

How can you tell when spiritual growth is taking place? Where are the markers?

The Church's Moment in the Unraveling of the West

I do not think it too strong or sensational to say that we are witnessing the collapse of Western civilization. Across the Western world, the fruits of apostasy and secularism are manifesting themselves in overwhelmingly destructive ways. In essence, we in the West are reaping precisely what we have sown. Mankind cannot construct a world devoid of subservience to God and hope to prosper.

Letting the Bible Transform Your Church

The Bible can transform our lives. It also can transform your church.

A Special Church for Special Needs

At our church there is a ministry to people with special needs – young and old. And I’d like to share some about it, perhaps giving ideas on the background details which need to be thought through, and the blessing it is to so many.

Strengthening and Equipping Pastor's Wives

Few career tracks in the marketplace have a dynamic quite like that of being a minister's wife.

Youth Ministry: Dumb or Deep?

Deep youth workers do deep youth ministry - including being well-read - which yields deep kids.

The Problematic Predicament of Paying the Pastor

It's something of a dilemma: On the one hand, a minister must never put a price on the work he does as he looks to the Lord as the Source for his needs. On the other, he should absolutely be adequately compensated for his work.

Six Things We Must Get Right, or It's All Over

It's a wise church leader who knows which are the load-bearing essentials of the Lord's church, and which are the cosmetic non-essentials.

The Church and the ‘Clobber Scriptures:' The Bible on Homosexuality

When the Bible, in part or in whole, is dismissed as “clobber Scriptures,” it is not only the Bible that is subverted, but also the Gospel. The Church must recognize that fact clearly — and fast.

Competition with Other Churches

Competition between churches is one of the most prevalent yet least talked about issues in church-world.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • June 09, 2011 |
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The Plantation Church

It’s surprising how few open, transparent and practical discussions there are about racial matters in the local church.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • May 26, 2011 |
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