By Steven Furtick on Jul 8, 2011
"Most of us want to do the kinds of things Paul did without having to go through the kinds of things Paul went through. And it doesn’t work like that."
By Mark Dever on Apr 28, 2012
Six pastors define and discuss their passionate calling to expositional preaching.
By Thom Schultz on Apr 4, 2013
Thom Schultz: "We're not called to preach. We're called to reach."
By Greg Stier on Oct 5, 2016
Sometimes the words “altar call” trigger images of sawdust trails and endless verses of “Just as I am” with preachers prodding, pushing and persuading sinners to come forward down the aisle in front of God and everyone.
By Thabiti Anyabwile on Jun 7, 2011
Thabiti Anyabwile offers a compelling argument against the use of altar calls. We invite you to share your thoughts and opinions.
By Aaron Armstrong on Jul 1, 2014
"It's just a pronoun, so what's the big deal?" Well, what does the scripture say?
By Larry Moyer on Jun 15, 2018
There is a place for a properly given altar call, but we must maintain a correct understanding of how, when, and where to use one.
By Wayne Cordeiro on May 9, 2018
Wayne Cordeiro offers tips for discerning when it's time to quit and when quitting is not God's best for you or your ministry.
By Steven Furtick on Jan 31, 2012
"The highest compliment you can give to those you lead is to demand the best from them."
By Brandon Hilgemann on Apr 15, 2015
While leading worship I learned to cast aside a crutch, one that many preachers should discard, as well.
By Outreach, Inc. on Feb 28, 2013
The Bible miniseries airs on The History Channel beginning March 3. Here's a sneak peek with expert commentary from Rick Warren.
By Lance Witt on Jan 30, 2017
One of the spiritual questions every ministry leader must answer is, “Am I willing to serve in obscurity?”
By Lance Witt on Feb 6, 2017
Looking back, I see that obscurity allowed God to redirect my sense of identity and significance.
By Lance Witt on Nov 21, 2016
I really do believe that many of the people you pastor are looking for simplicity.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Aug 15, 2014
Every week, gifted communicators kill the messages they bring by making at least seven predictable, fixable mistakes.