Outreach Leaders

Outreach Leaders

Stop Doing Everything

Stop Doing Everything

Being a workaholic may not be your reason for striving to do all the ministry. I’ve spoken with other pastors who have openly admitted that their motivation for hoarding all the ministry responsibility stemmed from pride. Others mentioned it provided them a sense of job security. There are several reasons for why leaders choose to do everything on their own.

4 Types of Unconnected People and How to Connect Them

"Relentlessly communicate the importance of being connected."
We Are Not Healthy and We Are Not Fooling Anyone

We Are Not Healthy and We Are Not Fooling Anyone

I’m troubled by what’s happening in my denomination. I was born and raised in a Southern Baptist Church. I’ve been a Southern Baptist all my life. I’ve watched our denomination go through the Conservative Resurgence and a return to the inerrancy of Scripture. Yet, there are issues that can’t be ignored and problems that won’t seemingly go away.
The Ebb and Flow of Physical Attraction in Marriage

The Ebb and Flow of Physical Attraction in Marriage

I was astounded to find that half of the respondents to a survey admitted struggling with a lack of physical attraction toward their spouse.
Characteristics of Prayer in the End Times

Characteristics of Prayer in the End Times

Jesus is not coming back to a prayerless Church, but to one that is operating in close partnership with Him in intercession for the end-time harvest
thom rainer A Simple but Incredible Way to Reach Your Community and Grow

A Simple but Incredible Way to Reach Your Community and Grow

We gave each of our members attending a loaf of bread and asked them to give the bread to someone in their neighborhood or community.
The Greatest False Idol of Modern Christianity

The Greatest False Idol of Modern Christianity

Idolatry is a dangerous thing. Sadly, too many Christians are guilty of it.
young missionary My Young Friend Wants to Be a Missionary: Here's the Advice I Gave When He Asked

My Young Friend Wants to Be a Missionary: Here’s the Advice I Gave When...

It's a privilege to plant seeds for missions into this young person's heart. What should you tell him?
meaningful life 5 Keys To Having Meaningful, Life-Giving Conversations With Non-Christians

5 Keys to Having Meaningful, Life-Giving Conversations With Non-Christians

At some point, if you are sincere about your Christian faith, you are going to have a conversation with someone about it. Or are you?
When Laundry is Your Biggest Sin Problem

When Laundry Is Your Biggest Sin Problem

A recent Barna survey asked Christian women what their biggest sin struggle is, and the top two answers were disorganization and inefficiency.
11 Reasons I Struggle To Say No

11 Reasons I Struggle to Say No

OK, this blog is a confession. I’m not good at saying “no.” Consequently, I sometimes struggle with a heavily-booked calendar and an overwhelmed spirit.
12 Spiritual Disciplines That Will Make Your Faith Strong

12 Spiritual Disciplines That Will Make Your Faith Strong

The sad reality is that many Christians are unfit because they are undisciplined.
Making Disciples Takes More Than One Big Weekend

Making Disciples Takes More Than One Big Weekend

Big-attendance days, like Easter and Christmas, are important for the growth of a church. You get to meet a lot of guests and then follow up with them after they visit. You also get a visual picture of what your church can look like a year down the road on an average Sunday.
Is Your Christianity Superstitious?

Is Your Christianity Superstitious?

We may not consider ourselves superstitious, but humanity is fearful to the core, and what is superstition but an attempt to harness our fears into orderly submission?
Top 10 Symptoms of Emotionally Unhealthy Spirituality

Top 10 Symptoms of Emotionally Unhealthy Spirituality

Author Pete Scazerro says Christians should be more in touch with their emotions.
Reclaiming a Broken Heart (How to Beat Compassion Fatigue)

Reclaiming a Broken Heart (How to Beat Compassion Fatigue)

Frankly, once upon a time, those pictures of poverty and suffering would make me cry. Sadly, however, and for too long, I was suffering from something known as compassion fatigue, and it’s a real thing.
Why God Hates Lying

Why God Hates Lying

God doesn’t like lying. Let me take it a step further: God hates lying. Proverbs 6 lists seven things God hates, and it’s worth noting that two of them refer to dishonesty.
A 5 Step Process For Leaders To Handle Their Mistakes

A 5-Step Process for Leaders to Handle Their Mistakes

When you are out in front and taking new territory, missteps are part of the journey. If you aren’t making mistakes, you probably aren’t leading.
The 5 Marks of a Great Christian Leader

The 5 Marks of a Great Christian Leader

Over the years I have had the privilege of knowing, working with and serving under some great Christian leaders. These leaders were not always the flashiest but they all carried a certain gravitas that everyone could sense.
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‘I Can Only Imagine’ Takes a Victory Lap

The box office hit "I Can Only Imagine" is headed to the small screen. The film will release digitally on June 5 and on Blu-ray Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital), DVD, and On Demand June 12.
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Not Every Christians Feels Responsible to Share the Gospel

A new Barna poll finds that over the past 25 years a growing percentage of Christians believe sharing the gospel is optional. And it appears one of the biggest factors in a decision to share the gospel is the cultural belief that telling someone Jesus Christ died for their sins is judgmental.

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