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Study: American 'Millennials' Spiritually Diverse

Thirty-one percent of Millennials pray by themselves at least once a day.

Millennials Not Too Worried About Environment

Most young adults care about the environment, but they're not fanatical about it.

Rick Warren on the AIDS Crisis

We can stop AIDS. It is a preventable disease. It isn’t good enough to manage it.

D6 Recap: Mark Holmen

Mark Holman was recently the Sr Pastor of Ventura Missionary Church in Ventura, California where he pioneered the strategy and published the book...

The Cross and Christian Ministry

A few years ago, at the recommendation of C.J. Mahaney, I read The Cross and Christian Ministry by D.A. Carson. Carson exposits select passages from...

Next Steps for Experienced Youth Ministry Volunteers

I loved this post by Matt Lawson over at his blog, Revolution Speaks. It gives some very practical insights and actions steps to...

The Importance of Worship to Youth Ministry Volunteers

Matt and Steven have been doing a good series of posts from the youth ministry volunteer perspective over on Volunteer Youth Ministry. Here’s...

How Youth Workers Benefit From Conferences

A few pointers to help convince your boss that you should attend a youth conference.

Outreach in an ESPN World

Learn how and why your church should get in the game of sports evangelism.

5 Keys to Intentional Leadership

One of the greatest overriding needs for leaders is to multiply themselves to the next generation.

The Magnetic Experience of God

Prominent church leaders discuss worship as evangelism.

Denominations: A Dying Breed

There seems to be a very real shift in the spiritual lives of Americans and the sorts of churches they attend.

Ed Stetzer on the Life of Denominations

There are times when theological differences pose the greatest threat to church cooperation.

37% of Unchurched were Hurt by the Church

Many non-churchgoers avoid church because of a negative experience.

Relevance or the Gospel?

If you apply the Gospel in ways that fit your own age, you’ll end up with something comfortable.

Kingdom Without Borders

Miriam Adeney tells the story of how the gospel saved a whole people from annihilation. In Borneo, in the middle of the nineteenth century the...

Seek Accomplishment, Not Confidence

A word to pastors: Let's take a break from preaching messages on positive thinking, prosperity, confidence, self-esteem, and anything else particularly uplifting,...

Where Were You on 9/11?

Our world changed on September 11, 2001. Where were you when you first heard the news?

Helping Parents Understand Their Teenagers

Youth leaders can minister to parents by helping them understand their kids.

Shallow Thinking in the Church

In my consulting work, there are a lot of diseases I deal with on a daily basis that have infected the church, but...

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Best of ChurchLeaders: Tim Mackie and Jon Collins on Why It’s...

BibleProject's Tim Mackie and Jon Collins say it's not surprising if people find the Bible hard to understand. "Most people," says Tim, "aren’t in the habit of reading ancient texts from across the planet from thousands of years ago, and that’s what the Bible is."