Latest Articles by Ed Stetzer
Volunteers who are leaders are essential to the life and growth of a church.
Urban ministry engages depravity, longevity and community.
As I start my time at Outreach Magazine and ChurchLeaders.com, I wanted to explain a bit about what I do as a missiologist and what missiology is. In short, we ask the "why" question.
It may be a generalization to say the church today has three generational expressions, but I think we can work with it, especially with respect to music in the church.
Let's talk about patriotism and the church. I want to challenge us towards a greater understanding of God’s kingdom in times of national celebration.
While discrimination toward people created in the image of God should, indeed, be opposed, the Equality Act does so in ways that significantly disregard religious liberty concerns.
The arrogant pastor. Even writing a blog post on this almost guarantees comments about pots and kettles. I'm as human as you are. And if we are all honest with ourselves, we would admit that it is a struggle for each of us in some way.
In recent months, I have run across several people in dysfunctional churches and unhealthy organizations. The issue continues to grow and, although such organizations can actually do good, the harm they cause to many others is immeasurable.
"Serving and saving were marks of Christ's life on earth. They should be marks of His people, as well."
Though many Catholics left for more vibrant evangelical services, many miss the sense of awe and reverence seen in the liturgy of the church, as it “represented something sacred and beautiful.”