Intense sermon delivery motivates some but can "beat up" others. Larry Osborne offers help.
Despite protests against other Islamic centers in the area, a Tenn. church warmly welcomes their new Islamic neighbors.
A Florida-based church plans to publicly burn copies of the Quran on Sept. 11, despite official warnings against it.
We talk to Todd about game changers, Snow White, and his role with The NINES.
Ed Young recommends fostering a leadership environment of honest communication.
Ben Arment says if you want people to truly value what you’re offering, make it hard to get.
What do you think? Is the faith of prominent figures open for public debate?
Mark Driscoll responds to Anne Rice's exodus from Christianity.
Chan talks with Mark Driscoll and Josh Harris about leaving Cornerstone.
"I fell into the trap of trying to be a 'well-rounded' leader," says Casey Ross.
The first revision of the New International Version will begin production very soon.
Scholars say the survey is the first denomination-wide survey of its kind.
Russell Moore deals with the double-standard of preaching against homosexuality but not divorce.
Breathing new life back into a dying congregation isn’t an easy task, but it is possible.
Not all church coffee is bad, but the issue that poor church coffee raises is deeper and more troubling. It is that much of...
Although creative communication can be effective, if not used properly, it can become distracting or gimmicky.
Here’s the reality: Your members are looking to you for motivation
"I am increasingly convinced that people don’t want the whole truth," says Shaun King.
Mike Slaughter: "A one-size-fits-all approach toward growth will definitely not be the most effective model of the 21st century."
"Let there be no doubt that the vision of the leader becomes the vision of the church," says Shannon O'Dell.