Steve Addison offers a different starting point for church-planting—evangelism and discipleship. He then explores how this movement model multiplies and how traditional churches can participate in this kind of gospel work.
Many consider the 21st century to present a unique set of challenges to Christian evangelism and discipleship. But rather than lament the state of digital culture and biblical illiteracy, we can learn to how reach our communities in fresh ways.
In this Seven Minute Seminary video, Steve Addison challenges our notions of mission and points us to a simpler way of obedience to Jesus and his Great Commission.
In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Stephen Backhouse uses the hymn found in Philippians 2 to cast a vision for how Christian leaders and politicians should use their influence.
Farming practices in Wesley’s day were little changed from those of the previous two thousand years. What does this mean for a Wesleyan ethic of food production and consumption?
Since most kids ministries handle those from kindergarten through middle school, the challenge of culture related to distinctive generations is a surprisingly pressing one.
Maybe you are thinking, Why do we need to start new churches? In today's article, Winfield Bevins responds to six myths that commonly surround the mandate to plant churches.
Preaching and administering the sacrament can be an enhancement for contextual ministry, rather than a detriment. Read more from Travis Collins to learn about these opportunities.
Does the church really need super star pastors, that can do it all? Howard Snyder challenges us to think more biblically about church leadership and the body of Christ.
Truly missional pastors are both missional and pastoral. And yet missional pastors understand that to be ingrown is to become flabby and weak as a congregation.