How can you respond appropriately to tough issues as a pastor? Aaron Perry shares sound advice.
Now as I look out at the Fall I am excited about the possibilities, I am excited about the impact we will be making in people’s lives. I have the energy to do what needs to be done and make the changes that need to be made in our ministry.
Is your church ready to plant? Ed Love shares wisdom on how to tell if planting a new church is right for your congregation.
Those of us who live as missionaries and plant new churches often come to a point in ministry where we feel cut down and abandoned. I don’t know a veteran church planter who hasn’t felt those feelings and even wondered if they weren’t cut out for the work God had called them to.
It maybe tempting, but a move may not be the best choice for you. Charles Arn shares when and why a church planter may be better suited to stay put.
I go to plant a church because they need me! Aaron Saenz reveals that you may need them more than they need you.
Do you sometimes feel like nothing you do turns out right? Quincy Brown shares why there's nothing wrong with that!
So often, we talk about what we are against. But, what are we for? Matt LeRoy explains that if we are imitators of God and following the command of Christ, we are to be for people.
What kind of advice would leaders in the church give you? Carolyn Moore shares some wisdom from her years in ministry.
The apostle Paul was a bi-vocational church planter, so shouldn't everyone else interested in church planting today, also? In today's article, Rosario Picardo shares 3 pros and cons of this approach, with the hope that this helps us reflect on how mainline denominations in the United States can produce thriving, healthy churches once again.