Discover how friendship is a key to creating community in your church. April 20, 2017 Charles Arn
Behrouz was trained through Elam Ministries’ three-month leadership and church planting course, in a country near Iran, during 2016. April 18, 2017 Anthony Marr
What would it look like to shift from a virtual focus to a face-to-face model in both your life and ministry? April 10, 2017 Allen Hamlin
It has been said that “10:30 on Sunday morning is the most segregated time of the week.” I don’t have a problem with that if 11:30 is the most integrated time. April 10, 2017 Bob Whitesel
When it comes to teaching, sharing isolated truth can be confusing—even injurious—to the body of Christ. March 24, 2017 Rob Streetman
We can never truly fulfill the Great Commission if we don’t allow ourselves to get close to people that hurt. March 22, 2017 Fred Noble
It is vital for Christ-followers to do life together. March 15, 2017 Mark Lenz
How do you approach the details of hosting a guest speaker at your church? Consider these tips. February 16, 2017 Parnell Lovelace, Jr.
The African American pastor has a unique role that must be maintained and continue to develop during this period of uncertainty and frustration in our nation. February 12, 2017 Parnell Lovelace, Jr.
Whether you serve as a small group leader, Sunday school teacher, or any other shepherding role, you are in the most strategic position in the church to effect real, lasting life change and spiritual growth. February 01, 2017 Mike Mack
None of us are strangers to suffering. Yet, how does it produce beauty? January 08, 2017 Matthew Fretwell
Those who have survived persecution often need just as much prayer as those currently enduring persecution. December 31, 2016 Anthony Marr
In algebra, you may remember those little angles that were used to represent one number being “greater than,” and one representing “lesser than.” They helped me understand what Christmas was all about. December 22, 2016 Phillip Foster
Do people feel welcomed at your church? December 21, 2016 Parnell Lovelace, Jr.