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The Magic Question: "What Do You Think?"

Yes, someone needs to eventually make a decision. But, if you want to fully engage the people on your team, you have to routinely...

Evangelicals and Adoption: An Evil Obsession?

In an NPR interview earlier this week, Kathryn Joyce took to the airwaves to promote her new book on adoption which she bills as...

Letter to a Parent Grieving the Loss of a Child

Earlier this year, a grieving mother, who recently had given birth to a stillborn son, wrote to me asking for counsel and comfort. The...

Sermon: Hearing the Shepherd's Voice

Then came the Festival of Dedication at Jerusalem. It was winter, and Jesus was in the temple courts walking in Solomon’s Colonnade. The Jews...

How to Help Your Church Take Baby Steps

Do you want your church to move?

Bill Hybels: Coffee With God

Bill Hybels responds to this common complaint: "I just can't make time for a meeting with God. I can't fit that into my busy life."

12 Questions Every New Leader Should Ask

Congratulations! You made it! You're the new leader. Now what?

A Handy Guide to Develop Your Church Communications Plan

How to manage your church's web, video, print, design, social media, marketing, and Sunday messaging needs.

How to Build a Dream Team of Volunteers

There is a simple strategy you can employ to build a dream team of volunteers that will become the staff team you’ve always wanted, but couldn’t afford.

Tim Keller on Tough Questions: Are People Who Aren't Christians Going to Hell?

Tim Keller tackles the question: Is it fair for people who are not Christians to go to hell?

One Boston Bombing Suspect Dead; One Still at Large

Police underwent a massive and violent manhunt for the Boston Marathon bombing suspects last night, leaving one suspect and one police officer dead.

Bill Hybels Speaks Before Evangelical Group Supporting Immigration Reform

Hundreds of evangelicals and church leaders representing 25 states gathered in Washington D.C., this week for the Evangelical Day of Prayer and Action for Immigration Reform.

Three Possibilities Preaching the Psalms

The Psalm writers didn’t treat God as delicate or fragile, they blasted their prayers at Him.

How to Empower INTROVERTS for Mission

God designed us to reach out and show his glory to the ends of the earth.

7 Things Every Pastor Should Do Every Week on Social Media

Church leaders that ignore social media are missing a significant channel for reaching people in their community.

A Powerful Conflict-Resolution Strategy for Your Team

Don't become the middle-man in your staff's conflicts.

New Research on Protestant Pastors' Views of the Environment

We recently released some new survey results detailing Protestant pastors' views on the environment and recycling. This is the latest data in an ongoing...

Remains of Pastor’s Wife and Friend Identified; OK County GOP Chair...

News surfaced this week that Tifany Machel Adams is the GOP chair for Cimarron County, Oklahoma. Adams is one of four suspects charged with kidnapping and murdering pastor's wife Jilian Kelley and Kelley's friend Veronica Butler.

Rebecca McLaughlin on Whether Christians Can Agree To Disagree About Same-Sex...

Dr. Rebecca McLaughlin joins “The Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast” to talk about how church leaders can respond to common arguments that use the Bible to affirm same-sex relationships, the “why” behind God’s design for marriage, and the “beautiful and glorious vision” Christianity has for friendship.

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