100 Episodes on Church Planting and Multisite
Ed Stetzer, Todd Adkins, and Daniel Im have answered over a hundred listener-submitted church planting questions.
The Inconvenience of Loving Wisdom
Those who are afraid to test their convictions will lose the moral high ground in calling non-Christians to test their own beliefs.
How Can The Church Thrive In A Non-Christian World?
If our churches have to be a little more uncomfortable to us insiders in order to reach even one lost soul for Christ, that’s a sacrifice we should all be willing to make.
Church Hurt as a Barrier to Evangelism
How do we rebuild trust with those who have been deeply wounded by the church?
All Good Things Must Come to an End
Every ending is a new beginning.
The Source of True Joy
Joy is not found in our circumstances.
How to Get the Most Out of Your Life
Six keys to being more productive in life and ministry.
Your Day in Court
His case is so convincing, so true, that it is beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are guilty.
Love Is Slow, but It Lasts
Final thoughts on family, faith, and what matters most.
"Looking for Ways to Build Bridges"
A conversation with CT editor Katelyn Beaty about blogging, books, and what's next.
Nine Favorite Posts from Thin Places
The best of faith, family, disability, and culture as I say goodbye to blogging.
Why I Need to Stop Blogging
The possibilities and limitations of logging life on the Internet.
The Astonishing Power of Small Churches: Over One Billion Served
This is the first in a five-part series that will dramatically alter the way we see small churches and their kingdom potential.
The World Needs a Better Ironing Board (Yes, This Is About the Church)
We need to introduce people to Jesus. And we need to get rid of anything that makes that task harder than it ought to be.
Why Don’t Small Churches Grow? (Actually, They Do)
The presumption that small churches don’t grow is false. Some grow numerically. Most grow spiritually. Many grow in both ways.
Overcome Ministry Burnout By Learning to Say ‘No’
Saying ‘no’ isn’t a lack of faith. Sometimes it’s a necessary first step in narrowing our focus and strengthening our faith.