By Lance Witt on Oct 17, 2016
“What does true “unity” look like practically? If Jesus’ prayer was answered, what would be the evidence?”
By Sermoncentral on Nov 12, 2016
Ninety percent of the churches on earth are under 200 people. Eighty percent are under 100. There may be no segment of the church that is more normative. But they may also be the most misunderstood.
By R. C. Sproul on Jul 26, 2017
From God’s perspective, love is the chief of all virtues. But what is love?
By Lance Witt on Oct 10, 2016
Unity is not passive, it is active. And if we are going to experience it, we have to work for it.
By Philip Holmes on Jan 16, 2017
Humility and love that produces tough skin and tender hearts are essential as we have these conversations.
By Ben Mandrell on Apr 3, 2018
If the "preacher population" is shrinking, perhaps you have a role to play that could impact generations to come.
By Ron Edmondson on Aug 17, 2017
Do you want people to get along, support one another, and join forces to achieve the vision? Of course you do. All leaders want their teams to cooperate.
By Jeff K. Clarke on Dec 8, 2016
I wonder if we have allowed our contemporary definition, understanding, and experience of the church to be shaped more by the post-modern impulse of individualism and self-centeredness, than by Christ’s and Paul’s emphasis on the gathered community from every race, tribe, and tongue?
By Charles Stone on Aug 3, 2017
Silos occur in organizations and churches when leaders act like their ministry or team is the only one that matters. A silo attitude results in that leader or team only supporting, giving, or attending functions that pertain to them. It can kill a ministry and result in many problems. In this post, I suggest ways to minimize ministry silos.
By Sermoncentral on Oct 31, 2016
I’m not a politician. I learned from a great example in Pastor Rick Warren, who said, “If I thought politics could save the world, I wouldn’t have become a pastor.”