Self-proclaimed prophet Joshua Holmes has garnered a large following of fans, some of whom consider him to be Jesus in the flesh. Through his...
Pastor and church leaders: You do not want to live and work where there is an absence of criticism.
As Christians, for some unknown reason, we have decided that we must have a clear position on every issue and situation. Our theology reflects this.
“The church should just preach the gospel.” Well, should it?
I’ve worked with churches where I saw staff members hurrying around past people. One was a frantic children’s minister. The other was a worship leader with other things on his mind. My advice: "Slow down!"
“Cynicism is subtle, but it’s identifiable because it means, ultimately, the loss of hope," Carey Nieuwhof says.
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...
Seriously, though, unless you are stone broke, get your pastor(s) something besides a hug and a handshake.