Christian leaders should encourage artists in their congregations to use their God-given talents to the uttermost, either as a full-time vocation or otherwise. These artists should not be considered second-class citizens in the church simply because they are not pastors, chaplains, church staff workers, employees at parachurch ministries or missionaries.
Every person in every pew needs to hear the Bible preached in ways that warm the heart and mobilize the mind.
Pastor Appreciation Month is a special time that congregations set aside each year to honor their pastoral families for their sacrificial dedication.
In his new book, The Unsaved Christian Pastor Dean Inserra challenges the notion of cultural Christianity and shows those in the local church how to identify and engage with various types of beliefs that have crept into the minds and hearts of those we interact with every day. This is also a guide for pastors to …
Pastors are not immune from suicidal thoughts, and neither are those under their care. How should a pastor shepherd individuals in the church who struggle with the debilitating effects of suicidal ideation?
Changing the vision of an entire congregation toward the task of missions can be a difficult thing. Pastor Philip Nation helps pastors and church leaders see the value in leading with a global mindset.
We live in a pluralistic and increasingly diverse world. Islam is rivaling Christianity as the worlds fastest growing Religion causing many in the Church to ask questions about what they believe and why. In a time of unrivaled opportunity for evangelism to happen the Church must be prepared to challenge and lovingly confront the truth …
From a rage-filled young man to a thriving church pastor, the story of Raul Ries is filled with one remarkable miracle after another.
Small groups can be the key to deep, spiritual maturity in the local church. Bringing men and women together who are passionate about the gospel can have a transformative effect on the communities where they live and work.
Apologetics is a discipline often looked over in the local church. Seasoned apologist and philosopher Douglas Groothuis helps us think through the implications of a church that does not engage in the cultural topics of our day.