In a new study pastors express their views about the faith of public people.
Alan Danielson, Dave Ferguson and Tim Stevens share their insights.
The OT is not a deflated sail that needs NT air to get moving.
How do we reach a generation that doesn't care about finding a church on Sunday morning?
It’s hard to hold someone responsible for expectations you’ve never given them.
The Barna Group comments on the suggested new "reformation" in American churches today.
Whether you're a janitor, a designer, or a pastor, look for people who can learn from what you do.
Apple has removed the app associated with the Manhattan Declaration because of complaints that it is offensive.
A Gallup poll shows those with religion as part of their daily life are less likely to have mood disorders and negative emotions.
Rick Warren interviews George W. Bush at Saddleback Church.
Bill Hybels leverages the best of the business world to train church leaders.
Would your people utilize “virtual office hours” if you had them?
Don Miller: "People who live good stories are too busy to write about them."
Atheist organizations are stepping up their campaigns for the Christmas season.
Ed Stetzer encourages leaders to have a clear sense of calling.
Is your church too large to be responsive but too small to be competitive?
Most Americans believe in the concept of sin but vary widely on what activities are sinful.
A Pew Research Center/Time magazine survey shows marriage may be in decline.
Four works every senior pastor must be continuously prioritizing.
An article in the Globe and Mail explores the trend of religious groups meeting in bars and pubs.