By Ron Edmondson on Aug 1, 2016
You can’t recruit leaders – at least not effectively – if you never develop a culture to do so.
Reproducing cultures reproduce leaders.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 10, 2017
The church should be providing a counter-cultural balance to our fame obsession. Instead, we feed into it.
By Brandon Kelley on Jan 27, 2017
Timothy Keller seems to have the pulse of our present culture in a way that I’ve not encountered before.
By Michael Reeves on Oct 26, 2017
Through the Reformation, a tidal wave of social and cultural improvement was unleashed.
By Scot Mcknight on Nov 5, 2011
"I believe we have developed a personal-salvation culture at the expense of a gospel culture," says McKnight.
By Mike Breen on Nov 6, 2018
It's tempting. It's alluring. And it's the best way to kill your church.
By Mark Driscoll on Sep 29, 2012
Pastor Mark Driscoll believes knowing the culture is an essential part of preaching.
By Jr Miller on Nov 10, 2012
The "Ten-Minute Teacher" claims our cultural traditions are hindering the advance of the Gospel. What do you think?
By Joe Mckeever on Jul 9, 2018
No gospel worker who remains aloof from the culture where he goes to minister will have much effect on it.
By Trevin Wax on Mar 28, 2017
What if the biggest danger ahead for Christians today is something we don’t expect, but should?
By Lance Witt on Jun 13, 2016
Culture is one of things that is hard to define but easy to feel. You certainly feel it when you visit a foreign country and you bump up against different customs and ways of doing things, but you also feel it when you enter a business or a church. There is a certain style or personality of an organization that is an expression of culture. I sometimes think of culture as the organization’s “way” of doing what they do. There is a Ritz Carlton “way” of doing customer service. There is a Starbucks “way” of doing business. There is a Crossroads Church “way” of doing ministry.
By Eugene Peterson on Jul 25, 2012
"I grew up in a culture which was very entertainment-centered. Pastors were really good storytellers, and they were attractive people, glamorous."
By Joe Hoagland on Sep 27, 2016
Pretty much everything you preach on has at least one challenge to it, not even just from culture but also from within Christian theology.
By Karina Kreminski on Nov 30, 2016
It saddens me that some people see the need for change in the church, yet God’s people keep doing the same thing as if minor tweaking will stop the decline of the Western church.
By Mark Dance on May 2, 2019
Mark Dance: “Pastors do not need to be pushy, but neither do we need to be pushovers.”