A strategic approach can inform, influence, and engage your church members and guests.
Creativity can enhance clarity; it doesn’t need to be the enemy of clarity.
There’s just something about meeting face-to-face that communicates your sincerity and that issues a measure of accountability.
We are staring directly into the eyes of a crisis in men’s discipleship.
Regardless of the season, or how long the blended family has been a part of your congregation, considering and embracing their unique challenges can position your church to care for them more effectively.
Helping parents know what to say or teach to their kids is only the beginning.
Sunday School is the way we go about accomplishing the Great Commission—one class at a time, one person at a time.
The question isn’t should you have a ministry to women, it’s that you already do. Providing leadership and structure to what is already taking place in your congregation is the bigger issue.
How teenagers use technology has massive effects on how adults will be using technology in the near future.
Pastors are not the only ones who shoot themselves in the foot. Church members often undermine their own credibility.