"You be you" is a statement of one’s individual right to judge what’s best for himself, regardless of what others say or think.
Every church I know needs leaders. Jesus said, “The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few…” I’m convinced, based on other Scriptures, some of those workers should be leaders of other workers.
Here are seven early warning signs that might indicate that you have a problem retaining visitors at your church.
Moral failure. My stomach churns when I hear the phrase. The phrase reminds me of the devastation left in the wake, the devastation that impacts families and ministries.
In an age of bitter arguments and divisiveness, Ed Stetzer offers leaders a thoughtful way to approach the hot-button issues of the day.
Craig Groeschel speaks to pastors who are leading in the #metoo era, helping people through dark times, and admitting you don't have all the answers.
“Every single percentage point that we drop the divorce rate, the lives of more than a million children are positively impacted," Dr. Les Parrott says.
Andy Stanley unpacks his reasoning for eliminating phrases such as "the Bible says..." from our preaching in order to reach the younger generations and return to a more New-Testament model of evangelism.
Michael Frost holds a PhD in "being and doing church" and is the author of several books. He is also the head of the missiology...
“Part of hospitality is being open to people and their dreams.” - Terry Smith
“This idea of comparison is toxic to the broader impact that we’re supposed to have when we no longer see others as rivals and competitors but as friends and allies that we’re going to be spending all eternity with.” - Peter Greer
Seriously, though, unless you are stone broke, get your pastor(s) something besides a hug and a handshake.