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This Is What Eugene Peterson Thinks Is Wrong with the Church Today

In many ways Eugene Peterson was disappointed with the state of the church. His dissatisfaction began when he started his church outside of Baltimore in 1962, and he eventually came to believe in a different model of church-building.

Isaiah’s Signature and Significance Found in Jerusalem

Archaeologists believe they have found the signature of the prophet Isaiah. The discovery sheds light on his significance in eighth century BCE Jerusalem society.

Could Displaying ‘In God We Trust’ in Schools Make a Difference?

“We cannot put God in a closet when the problems that we’re having are bigger than us,” Rep. Daniels said as she urged fellow lawmakers to vote for her 'In God We Trust' bill.

Kathie Lee Gifford Gives the Best Billy Graham Tribute

Billy Graham lived his life sharing the good news of Christ, and even in news of his death the gospel is being shared through an amazing Billy Graham tribute.

Billy Graham Has Gone Home to Be With Jesus at 99

A spokesperson for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association has confirmed Billy Graham's death this morning.

How to Live Up to Your Wedding Vows When Things Go Bad

How do you keep your vows when things go bad in your marriage? On your wedding day, when you recite those famous words, “for better or worse," Matt Chandler says you are saying “this could end up getting a lot worse." So how do you persevere when it does?

How Vulnerable Should a Pastor Be in the Pulpit?

Should a pastor be vulnerable and confess his own sin from the pulpit? Dr. Russell Moore talks about the dangers and benefits of being completely transparent.

Craig Groeschel: How to Boost Moral Integrity in Your Staff

Sadly, integrity in ministry is often seriously lacking. But is there something about ministry work that is contributing to the problem?

SPECIAL UPDATE: How to Address the Florida School Shooting

As America mourns more loss of innocent, young life in a senseless school shooting, church leaders around the country are thinking about what to...

How Not to Bolster Mental Illness Stigma From the Pulpit

Should church leaders be part of a discussion about mental illness with their congregations in the wake of the latest mass shooting? Or could it increase the detrimental effects of mental illness stigma?

What to Say on Sunday: How to Address the Most Recent School Shooting

As America mourns more loss of innocent, young life in a senseless school shooting, pastors around the country are thinking about what to say to their congregations on Sunday.

After Facebook—Your Church Needs to Be on These Social Media Platforms

Facebook is losing users to other social media platforms. The numbers might cause churches to rethink their love of Facebook.  

The Reason David Platt Wants to Resign From the IMB

David Platt, president of the International Missions Board (the sending arm of the Southern Baptist Church), has announced his intention to resign from that...

Is the Church Dead? David Jeremiah Says Its Best Days Are Ahead

MSNBC host Joy Reid recently said the church is part of a bygone era but David Jeremiah sees a drastically different future.

Tim Tebow’s ‘Night to Shine’ Shares God’s Love With Special Needs Worldwide

February 9, 2018, was just another Friday night for a lot of us, but for more than 90,000 people with special needs, it was a night to shine thanks to Tim Tebow.

National Prayer Breakfast: Faith Helps Us Cross the Aisle

Lawmakers admit their need for guidance and direction at National Prayer Breakfast while extolling the benefits of prayer.

Here Are the Christian Athletes to Watch at the Olympics

What better place for Christian athletes to talk about the peace offered through Jesus Christ than at the Olympic Games, a venue intended to promote peace and unity through the medium of sports.

It’s Time to Take Another Look at the Religious ‘Nones’

A lot of people that call themselves religious nones, as in no religion in particular, end up going back to the church. How can the church get them to stay?

Philadelphia Eagles Faith on Display After Exciting Victory

The Philadelphia Eagles' faith got first billing following a Super Bowl game for the ages.

Nick Foles: A Pastor in Training in the Super Bowl

Nick Foles might be the starting quarterback in Super Bowl LII but he's looking forward to the day when he can be a pastor.

As America Celebrates the Legacy of MLK, Evangelicals Remain Divided on...

In the half century since his assassination, Martin Luther King Jr. has become almost universally beloved. However, disagreement about how, and by whom, his name should be leveraged in our own time has become a contentious debate. 

Kyle Idleman: Why We Must Do Ministry One Person at a...

Kyle Idleman joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share what he has learned from Jesus about pastoring one person at a time, even at one of the largest churches in the U.S.

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