Introspection is something we do to ourselves. It's not to be confused with Inner Examination, which is something the Holy Spirit does.
This week, we continue our conversation with Chris Davis about how churches can use technology to better support their ministry. We discuss the benefits of online giving and what to budget for technology at your church.
We all know that Christmas is “supposed” to be this time of joy and celebration, and yet it can often become more like a tornado or a drought that we have to survive.
Jesus is looking for a quality of faith that is simultaneously humble and bold, and he doesn't care where he finds it.
Abiding in Jesus means life, and not abiding in Jesus means death—it's that plain.
Sometimes, maybe more often than not, the most sanctified prayers are the most unfiltered, unsanctimonious prayers.
On today's podcast, we are joined by Rev. Gabe Lawson to discuss his experience with a new church plant.
When our symbols come to represent our systems and structures instead of the signs for which they stand, it’s only a matter of time before the signs disappear.
This week we sat down with Dr. Aaron Perry from Indiana Wesleyan University to talk about leadership theory, leadership principles and spiritual formation.
We must engage our pain and brokenness through the only way it can ever be healed—in the embrace of Jesus.