Articles for Outreach & Missions

Articles for Outreach & Missions

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Hope Again: Marriage Ministry

Kimberly Kirkland’s husband arrived home from work one evening in 1999 and announced, “I hate my life. I hate my wife. I hate my...

The Power of Alpha

An Alpha course brought 55-year-old Jim Geiger to church for the first time in years. He arrived at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Louisville,...

Small Church – Big Adventure

When Pattie Sewell, pastor of Green Ridge Presbyterian Church in Roanoke, Va. (greenridgepres.org), stopped one Sunday morning to talk to neighborhood children at their...

The American Church in Crisis

Attendance is down. The picture is bleak. New research reveals startling and sobering facts. What do they mean for you, your church and Christianity...

Common Size, Uncommon Impact

Thousands of small churches across the United States are changing the spiritual landscape around them in extraordinary ways. They’re thriving right where they’re at—not...

Cowboy Churches Wrangle Souls

Congregations like Texas’ no-frills Frontier Church offer a down-home approach to the Gospel In the famous words of cowboy legend Roy Rogers, “There are...

Starting Something: Some Advice

“If you build it, they will come.” That’s what Andrew Sears and I believed. We were two urban ministers who loved tech and wanted to...

Church in the City

Although they are different New York City churches with very different audiences, Redeemer Presbyterian and Infinity Church are part of the same multiplication equation...

Getting to Know Today’s Unchurched (part 2)

A few weeks ago, Mark and Julia saw a moving truck parked across the street from their house. The following day, they went to...

Better Together: Partnering with Your Community

Is your church struggling to meet the needs of your community alone? You don’t have to.

Hispanics in America

Who are today’s Hispanics and how can your church reach them? Take an in-depth look at this exploding population and learn why churches nationwide...

Missions as Fasting

The following is notes taken during the session, not a manuscript. The full manuscript is available as a PDF. I'm not Japanese. I'm Korean. And there is...

Historical Evidence for the Resurrection

The historical evidence for the resurrection of Christ is very good. Scholars such as William Lane Craig, J.P. Moreland, Gary Habermas, and others have...
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