By Marshall Segal on Aug 18, 2016
What captivates your heart more: what God does through you, or what he has done for you?
By Karl Vaters on Mar 16, 2017
We can either whine about how the new generation chooses to worship, or we can worship and minister with them. But we can’t do both.
By Shawn Lovejoy on May 8, 2017
Family and work can’t be balanced. The good news is that it’s not supposed to be.
By Josh Reich on Nov 29, 2017
"There is a lot at stake in what we do with our mornings."
By Lance Witt on Sep 12, 2016
There is a story in the Bible about a very gifted and competent leader who wasn’t working smart.
By Walter Brueggemann on Apr 6, 2013
"I believe many preachers finally get around to their task in their fatigue . . ." Where's the priority of preaching in your week?
By Carey Nieuwhof on Jul 17, 2017
Ever think that growth will solve all your problems?
By Thomas C. Brown on Jul 10, 2017
Greater is the value of personal intimacy with God than busyness for him. Service must follow surrender and solitude.
By Joe Mckeever on Dec 6, 2017
The most valuable ministry thing you have done just may be the time you stopped to encourage a homeless man and bought him lunch.
By Charles Stone on Oct 16, 2017
Andy Stanley's 5 questions that are deeply telling about a church’s direction and impact.
By Jonathan Howe on Dec 21, 2017
Unfortunately stress can lead churches to plan poorly and make unnecessary mistakes. Here are ten such mistakes to avoid in your church this Christmas.
By Charles Arn on Mar 1, 2018
Whether you’re in a church of 20 or 20,000, these principles will help you to invest the talents God has given to your church.
By Karl Vaters on Feb 17, 2017
Christians should have the reputation for being the most truthful people on earth. But we don’t.
By Karl Vaters on May 18, 2017
Any definition of church growth that doesn’t allow for, even celebrate, churches that contribute in non-numerical ways is incomplete.
By Thom Rainer on Oct 17, 2017
"Words have meaning. And if church members start articulating words consistently, those words begin to reflect the priorities and passions of the church."