The challenge of turning an inwardly focused church into a vibrant, externally focused mission to its community is formidable. March 05, 2017 Brian Thorstad
Here's a rule of thumb for leadership conversions: people come to church when something is missing, broken or new. March 03, 2017 Will Mancini
Setting goals in the church may feel awkward, but what if it propels your team toward something greater? February 25, 2017 Thom Rainer
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.
Are you asking the right questions to plan effective and strategic church events? February 09, 2017 Gerry Lewis
Women play a central role in the underground churches of Iran despite the risk of rejection by their families and imprisonment by police. February 07, 2017 Anthony Marr
How can you take something small and “be faithful with a little” to make Jesus famous? February 04, 2017 Kris Eldridge
Protests, riots, bitter hatred, and the intolerance of tolerance—get used to it—it’s the new America. January 30, 2017 Matthew Fretwell
Encouraging news about the Iranian church. January 11, 2017 Anthony Marr
Is there any hope for a declining church? Here are some suggestions for change. December 26, 2016 Thom Rainer
Dr. Behrang Masoumi, a member of the Elam Ministries team, training many Iranian believers for ministry, shares his story. December 24, 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.
Rather than debate the reasons why some say that there should not be services, I would like to give three reasons why there should be worship services on Christmas Sunday. December 04, 2016 Parnell Lovelace, Jr.