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Don't Live a Self-Serving Christianity

I believe one of the greatest lies the evil one would like for us to buy into is that life is “all about us.”...

If Jesus Asked You What You Wanted…

Mark 10:51-52 includes a story of Jesus’ interaction with a blind man who was calling out to get His attention (even though others...

What Every Church Planter Needs Part 2

A called-by-God church planter is a truly focused individual. He knows that he needs specific things in order to do what God...

Following Jesus, Changing the World

What do church planting movements look like? Ordinary people doing extraordinary things by the grace of God. Floyd McClung shas a new book out. Haven’t read...

Top-Tier Execs Applying Their Faith

New study shows top-level leaders bringing faith to work. Can the church help?

Vampire Author “Quits Christianity”

"In the name of Christ, I quit Christianity and being Christian," says Anne Rice.

New Study: Faith Isn’t Top Priority

New Barna study shows gap between Christians and faith commitment.

Social Media and the Gospel

How can the Church effectively use social media for the advancement for the Gospel? Dustin Neeley interviews Bill Seaver to find out.

Over 2,800 Participating in Back to Church Sunday

More than 2,800 churches are involved in inviting people to this special worship service on Sept. 12.

The Celtic Way of Evangelism (Reviewed by James Petticrew)

In honor of St. Patrick’s day I am wearing green and posting a review from a Scottish friend of mine named James Petticrew on a book...

Secrets of an Irresistible Gift Bag for Church Guests

"We specifically sought to create a visitor bag that would help involvement in a church become what people needed it to be ..."

The Gospel of Community Transformation

Seventeen years ago, Darryal Williams lived day-to-day for alcohol and—when he could get it—cocaine. “I was going down like the Titanic,” the 33-year-old Houstonian recalls....

Servanthood Evangelism at Its Best

We experienced servanthood evangelism at its best this last Tuesday night in Mobile, Ala., and the evening’s destination was Provident Hospital. The agenda that...

Evangelism and Christian Music

Christian music artists weigh in on their audience and how they reach people for Christ.

5 Keys to Explosive Growth

Bil Cornelius shares multiplication secrets they've learned along the way.

Making the Visitor Connection

What keeps visitors returning to a church to the point of commitment? Conversely, why do some churches attract visitors, only to lose them after one Sunday?

5 Tips for Greeting in Christ

Is your greeting time during the worship service a 10-second formality or a time to express true concern and warmth? For Christ Lutheran Church...

‘Plunge Parties,’ Hot Tubs, and Non-Traditional Baptistries—Baptisms Today Break the Mold

“We live in an age where people like experiences. It’s not that it looks better, but it feels better. It feels more authentic, it feels more real. It’s not the container that matters. It’s what is going on in the person’s heart.”

Greg Laurie on the Likelihood of Another Jesus Movement and Why...

Greg Laurie appears on the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share what it was like to grow up in the middle of the Jesus People Movement and his thoughts on whether we'll see another awakening like it.

Outreach Leaders