Before we can begin to make disciples, we must first come to terms with what the church is. What does it mean to be and join the church? Ancient Christians had an answer, and it pointed to the Nicene Creed: "We believe in one, holy, catholic, apostolic Church." Read more from Steve Bruns as he continues in his series on discipleship and the church.
Leadership and administrative practices are crucial to spiritual movements. John Wesley’s gift of administration provided the framework that allowed the Methodists to sustain their...
In part 3 of our video with Howard Snyder, he answers questions relating to John Wesley's practice of curating content for Christians to read, and helpfully suggests several of his sermons worth revisiting today.
Churches genuinely seeking to reach people with the gospel must constantly evaluate the cultural climate in which they live.
What's the difference between a worship pastor and a worship leader? Watch as Marty Reardon explains this helpful distinction, and discusses how it relates to preparation for the divine service.
How can traditional, orthodox Christians strengthen their faith and train for mission in a changing cultural landscape? Guy Williams shares how the Benedict Option may be the key.
We cannot get from shame to grace without going through the cross.
What made so many of the amazing evangelists of the past so effective? Stephen Elliott shares how encounters with the supernatural fanned the flame of revival in John Wesley's ministry.
The biblical mandate for the church is to make disciples of all nations. In today's article, Robert Coleman explores this call and suggests that church planting is a unique way to fulfill this calling.
It's that time again. The leaves are falling and the temperature is dropping. Pierce Drake offers a devotional to help you be prepared for transition in your youth group.