unhealthy Christian organization

Ed Stetzer: 5 Attitudes to Have When You Are in an Unhealthy Place

If you do find yourself in an unhealthy Christian organization, I encourage you to consider that God may want you to leave it.
church dysfunction

Ed Stetzer: 6 Marks of Church Dysfunction

In this three-part series, "Moving Unhealthy Organizations Toward Health," I'm going to talk to you about the clear signs of organizational dysfunction.
broken churches

Churches Without Broken People Are Broken Churches

"Serving and saving were marks of Christ's life on earth. They should be marks of His people, as well."
engaging culture

Engaging Culture Well: How to Share Your Faith Critically and Contextually Today

In every time period and historical context during which it has been shared, the gospel has confronted culture in one way or another.
volunteer leaders

Ed Stetzer: The Importance of Volunteer Leaders in the Church

Volunteers who are leaders are essential to the life and growth of a church.
urban ministry

Ed Stetzer: 3 Challenges in Urban Ministry

Urban ministry engages depravity, longevity and community.

Ed Stetzer: What Is Missiology?

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.
music in the church

The Future of Music in the Church

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.
church patriotism

Patriotism and the Church: Is It Too Much to Ask Churches to Be Careful?

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.
Equality Act

The Equality Act Is the Most Significant Threat to Religious Liberty in a Generation

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.