To what are church planters actually called? Church Planter Collective shares 6 reminders from Dr. Will Willimon on the calling of a church planter.
Do you sense a call to church planting? Stephen Elliott shares four things you can do right now to discern and prepare.
We hear so much about the faith of our fathers, but what about the great women of faith? Carolyn Moore shares 10 women of faith you may not know about and what their contributions mean to us now.
It is easy to get attached to your church plant. But, at some point, you will need to move on. Adam Knight shares wisdom about letting go.
How can we begin to develop the relationships needed to combat the most segregated hour in America? Christian Cheairs explains that many churches are turning to small group formats to address racial reconciliation.
Sometimes pastors are not equipped to deal with the type and intensity of problems a member may be experiencing. Misty Lawrence explains how to know when it is time to refer your member to a therapist.
I remember realizing, a few months into planting a new church, that I was definitely not spiritually prepared for the work. Since then, I’ve become obsessed with the time I put into listening for and seeking after the voice of the Holy Spirit.
Every major figure in the Bible talked about the importance of Sabbath. Jesus himself was faithful to practice it. The Bible in both testaments claims it as the key to healthy living — spiritually, mentally and physically. And yet, ministry leaders seldom take it seriously and often dangerously neglect it in our own lives.
Church planters can be driven, focused and sometimes overly self-confident. These attributes can be helpful, but they can only take you so far.
Not many of us actually enjoy conflict. Nigel Bryant shares some strategies for making those unavoidable conversations more productive.