Watch as Dr. Scott Kisker continues his Seven Minute Seminary teaching on the origins of American Pentecostalism, tracing their origins from Methodist and Holiness groups.
In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Efrem Smith challenges the church to view the poor and incarcerated as groups who can dynamically be disciples and make disciples as part of the church body.
We talk often about the faith of our fathers, but what about the women who went before us? Ruth Tipton shares the incredible story of Fanny Crosby, who was one of the world's most prolific hymn writers as well as a preacher.
What would happen if one church invested in those young people who want to change the world? Brian Jones shares his experience with his church partnering with social entrepreneurs to make the world better.
In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Efrem Smith challenges the church to rise up to the wonderful opportunity to create multi-ethnic churches that reflect the beautiful diversity of the coming kingdom of God.
It is easy to see issues as cut and dry when they are not personal. John Murdock shares one woman's very personal story about abortion.
In today's article, Timothy Tennent explains how Raymond Lull was really ahead of his time, recognizing the ill effects of military responses to Islam and the positive benefits of answering questions that they have.
In today's Seven Minute Seminary video, Dr. Mark Ongley suggests that understanding sexual identity as a fluid spectrum will both challenge and affirm the way the church typically approaches the topic, and provide fresh resources for living in community with LGBTQ people.
In today's video interview, Chris Horst encourages pastors to break the sacred-secular divide by helping congregants find spiritual meaning in every kind of work, not just as a means to another end.
Sometimes we really want to learn, to grow, to love. But, it can be hard to know how to start. Heather Celoria shares how to begin a life of self-awareness that roots out the evil of racism in our hearts.