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Proof of Jesus’ Resurrection: Evidence That Confirms Faith

Delve into the proof of Jesus' resurrection, as we examine historical data, archaeological findings, and theological insights that affirm this pivotal event, while addressing skeptic arguments and fortifying the foundation of Christian faith.

Christian Soccer Players: Faith on the Field

Explore the devout world of Christian soccer players as we spotlight how their faith impacts their performance on the pitch and influences their lives off it. Discover their role as influential role models and the spiritual resilience that guides them through the challenges of professional sports.

Seeking the Divine: A Quest for Spiritual Wisdom

Explore spiritual wisdom for personal transformation. Gain insights, guidance, and resources for spiritual growth and enlightenment.

Why Liturgy Is Important for Outreach

Whether it has come from hundreds of years of tradition or it’s just from how we are feeling as we put together service elements, we all operate with a plan, and that is what a liturgy is—a plan. And here's why liturgy is important for the church's outreach.

4 Truths That Will Revolutionize How You See Your Work

We tend to hate Mondays, because of work. But what if that's just because you need to change the way you see your work?

Outreach Insights: Understanding the Unchurched

Explore insights, strategies, and resources for the unchurched population. Find spiritual guidance and community. Learn more now.

Preparing Your Family for Church Planting

When my wife, Heather, and I felt God leading us to plant a church, questions flooded our minds. The most pressing was, “Can we do this as a family of seven?” And if so, “How do we prepare our little ones for church planting?”

The Simplest Way To Grow Your Love of the Bible

Is there some action we can take that will propel us down the road of discipline to joy when it comes to the Bible? There is, and it’s a very simple way indeed.

7 Ways to Earn and Keep Trust

Building and maintaining trust is critical to good leadership. Thankfully, there are ways to earn and keep trust as a leader.

Why Do Churches Resist Change? (And What You Can Do About It)

The bringing of order creates the organization but also  simultaneously slows the creative, leadership elements of change. This happens in every organization, but churches resist change even more, or so it seems.

Hearing God In the Dark

What if God is whispering in the dark? There’s reason to think so. In the darkness of difficulties and fear, God is speaking. Hearing God is possible, even in the dark.

5 Truths We Need for Church Revival

It's time to wake up to the need for church revival and spiritual awakening. It's time to answer the Holy Spirit's wake up call!

The Lost Art of Independent Thinking

Never before have we had so much access to information and so little wisdom.

8 Thoughts That Help Me Trust God When I Don’t Understand

Here are eight thoughts for when you don't understand what God is doing in your life.

3 Bible Verses That Teach Us 3 Things About Grace

If you wondered about the importance of "grace" in biblical theology, it’s pretty revelatory to see the word appearing 116 times in the New Testament.

6 Steps To Help You Overcome Challenges in Your Ministry

If challenges only grow and get more complicated when we push them aside, then we need to start confronting them systematically. Here are a few steps that will help you overcome  challenges that keep creeping up in your ministry.

Working Women Are Leaving the Church – Here’s How to Win Them Back

Thousands of working women are leaving their churches because they feel their church “just doesn’t get me.” And, as working women leave their churches, they’re taking their husbands, children, desire to serve and even their pocketbooks with them.

10 Signs of a Cult Church

10 warning signs of a cult of personality at work in a church.

7 Steps To Accomplish a Turnaround

This is a critical question: When 100 things need to be done, which one comes first? After all, nothing on the turnaround list is superfluous.

The Danger of Bypassing Your Emotions

Spiritual bypassing simply means that you use spiritual concepts, platitudes, or activities to “bypass” or avoid dealing with your true feelings, especially the hard ones like anger, grief, fear, loneliness, envy, and shame. Here are the dangers.

Bethel Leader Kris Vallotton Apologizes for Comments on Mike Bickle in...

Bethel leader Kris Vallotton posted an apology on Facebook after a Feb. 18 sermon in which he expressed brotherly love for embattled church leader Mike Bickle.

Kyle Strobel and Jamin Goggin, Part 2: How To Embrace God’s...

Kyle Strobel and Jamin Goggin wrap up their conversation on “The Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast,” offering pastors ways to help guard against the misuse of power in ministry and encouraging them to persevere. 

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