Articles for Pastors

Articles for Pastors

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Supporting Women in All Levels of Ministry?

Eugene Cho deals with the hot topic of women in leadership.

8 Reasons Why “Love Wins” is a Winner and Loser

Kary Oberbrunner offers a helpful critique of Love Wins.

Was the Last Supper a Day Earlier?

A professor and scientist claims he can prove that the Last Supper happened on Wednesday before the crucifixion, not Thursday as is usually observed.

New Israel Trail Traces Disciples' Walk

In hopes of attracting more Christian tourists, Israel has unveiled a new hiking trail following the paths of Jesus and his disciples.

Why We Settle for Developing Weak Leaders

Leaders who bring the most to the church are those who first become students of Jesus Christ.

Groeschel: Why Weird Is Good

Ed Stetzer interviews Groeschel about his new book and what it means for the church.

5 Ways to Grow as a Church Leader

Brad Lomenick offers five insights to help you pursue greater growth in leadership.

Sunday: The Most Segregated Day of the Week

We're giving away ten advance copies of "Church Diversity" today on CL.

10 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started

"Be true to the unique passions and giftings God has given you."

Does the Bible Matter in Today's World?

A FOXNews opinion columnist gives its view on the relevance of the Bible in 21st-century society.

8 Reasons Why Love Wins Is a Loser – Part 2

Kary Oberbrunner shares eight reasons why Love Wins both wins and loses.

10 Small Church Strategies in a Big Church World

You have to look beyond the needs of the people in the building.

U.N. to Consider Giving Earth Human Rights

Bolivia will present a treaty draft to the U.N. this month granting the Earth specific rights to protect it from exploitation.

Nails Used to Crucify Jesus Found?

A film documentary will soon be released claiming that the nails used in the crucifixion of Jesus have been found in Israel.

Lazarus Sunday: 1,500 Churches Fight HIV

Churches all over the U.S. took part in a prayer effort to help erase the effects of HIV/AIDS in developing nations.

France Implements Ban on Islamic Face Veils

The French government has imposed a ban on "hiding the face in public," prompting protests from Muslims around the world.

Are You an Intentional Leader?

It’s no accident that Jesus instructed us to be “shrewd as serpents.”

"Soul Surfer" Debuts in Top 5 at the Box Office

The true story of Christian surfer Bethany Hamilton, played by AnnaSophia Robb, opened at $11 million this past weekend.

5 Characteristics of an Antiquated Leader

What’s important in leadership has changed because organizations and people have changed.

Your Restriction Is God's Opportunity

Jud Wilhite encourages leaders to see restrictions from God's perspective.

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