The days of Advent begin by calling us to consider the end and the return of Christ. It quickly leads to an introspection that...
In today's article, pastor of discipleship Eric George shares 4 essential rhythms that make up part of their discipleship small groups at the Orchard church in Tupelo, MS. Read more about the significance of prayer, questions, missional-engagement, and teaching.
Trends are changing in the American religious sphere. David P. King shares why and how these changes matter to everyone.
What does it look like to live a missional life in the context of community? Laura Ice talks about what that looks like in practical application.
Funerals can be a difficult service to lead, which is probably why so many are done so poorly. In this open letter to fellow pastors, Talbot Davis shares 6 points of "dos and don'ts" from his experience of pastoring a large church.
I know your works; you are neither cold nor hot. Would that you were either cold or hot! So, because you are lukewarm, and...
If evangelism is just a check-the-box insurance policy paid for with the simple verbalization of a brief prayer, then calling those same people to costly, lifelong obedience in Christ in the days ahead will be a nearly impossible task.
When we begin to view all of the church’s ministries as educative, we are encouraged to reflect not only on what we are teaching people, but how we are forming and shaping their walk with Christ. In this article, we offer four fresh and practical suggstions for reigniting the Church's educational ministry.
Is it the task of a Christian to shape the ethics of their society? Should the community of the faithful work tirelessly toward aligning...
In today's video from the Soul Care Collective, Dr. Catherine Stonehouse explains why it's important to keep children in worship services, and how it's possible to keep them engaged in compelling ways.