Tithing: what really affects the way people give? David Rash explains how tithing originates with the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives.
We always want to appear as if we have everything under control. Patricia Taylor shares how messy buns taught her to let go of her tight-fisted grip on appearances.
The most important book of 2016 is The Patient Ferment of the Early Church: The Improbable Rise of Christianity in the Roman Empire, by...
Worship Leaders are more than just the person who chooses the song and plays it with a band. Daniel Rife shares some of the things good worship leaders do to turn a song from music to worship.
Sometimes the best lessons about the sacred come from the most ordinary things. Joel Mooneyhan shares what he learned about ministry from drawing class.
Do you want to make the most of your days? A good day planner may help! Ben Snyder offers a review of a liturgical day planner that is helps you structure your days for the sake of spiritual and practical transformation!
Are you a worship leader? Have you ever considered taking a break and sitting in the congregation? Emily Vermilya shares why you should.
When planning worship and working on the daily grind of ministry, it is easy to become so focused on the task at hand that we forget about the main thing. Branden Petersen shares about keeping your focus on what is most important.
What would you say if someone asked you, "Who are you?" Joycelyn Lewis shares how she was caught off guard by her own answer to that question.
Sometimes the content of our worship services can be very emotional for us. Jon Myles shares the benefit of good preparation in such situations.