Fast Company, Twitter, and Influence
Ed Stetzer asks if Twitter delivers the right kind of influence for ministry.
Why We Do Research on Churches
I rarely respond to a book review. But, recently I found one that was so well written, and expressed such an important...
Leadership Book Interview: Kary Oberbrunner on Your Secret Name
Kary Oberbrunner serves as a pastor at Grace Church in Ohio. He founded a life-coaching movement called Redeem the Day and has written...
Does the Church Building Matter?
Will the unchurched visit a church that meets in a non-traditional venue?
Calling for Contextualization: Part 8 Ruining and Recovering Relevance
In leading or planting a church, central to your calling is the proclamation of the gospel in words and works of grace. As...
Barna on Diversity of Faith in US Cities
America is anything but "secular." We are a religious, mystical, "spiritual" country. But how does this differ from city to city, and ...
Gabe Lyons Identifies Traits of the Next Christians
Ed Stetzer enjoys a breakfast conversation with the co-founder of Catalyst.
The Problem with Pastors as Rock Stars
The “rock star” problem is a sin issue, not a “size of church” issue.
Leadership Book Interview: Hugh Halter on The Tangible Kingdom Primer
Hugh Halter serves as national director of Missio, an apprenticing network for the missional movement. Along with co-director Matt Smay and...