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Church Hurt as a Barrier to Evangelism
How do we rebuild trust with those who have been deeply wounded by the church?
Those pastoral care classes, combined with my own experience in pastoral ministry, have taught me one truth: pastors and leaders have to exegete—a fancy theological word meaning
Sorry, Trump: 3 in 4 Evangelicals Don't Want Pastors Endorsing Politicians from Pulpits
However, survey finds they also don't want pastors who do campaign to be punished.
Sorry, Trump: 3 in 4 Evangelicals Don't Want Pastors Endorsing Politicians from Pulpits. However, survey finds they also don't want pastors who do campaign to be punished.
Nicaragua Heeds Evangelicals (Not Catholics) on Missionary Restrictions
Church leaders disagreed on whether new regulations were problematic.
For example, there have been instances where evangelical churches brought Americans that were possibly posing as pastors or were part of NGOs and sometimes are accused by the
Evangelicals, Republicans, and a More Excellent Way on Refugees
Caring for refugees should be neither controversial nor partisan.
Evangelical leaders, pastors, and others, based on my observations, seem to be engaged in refugee ministry (and open to refugees) at a much higher level than the Evangelicals
Are You And Your Church Acting Like Sheep? An Invitation To Correctional Ministry
Our biblical mandate requires us to care for the marginalized, including those impacted by crime.
My pastor's view of the role of the church in correctional ministry is similar to the pastors surveyed in a recent Lifeway Research study, which found that almost all pastors (97%) agree
Here's Why 800 Christians Left Their Old Churches, and How They Chose New Ones
Pew examines church shopping among evangelicals (and other groups) in 2016.
4%). In fact, disagreements with pastors or other congregants caused 18 percent of evangelicals to look for a new church, according to the study. While
Subscriber Access Only Research Says: Young People Don't Want Hip Pastors
A study of 250 congregations suggests that youth and young adults want substance rather than style.
Research Says: Young People Don't Want Hip Pastors. A Research Says: Young People Don't Want Hip Pastors. Leandro Crespi / Stocksy. Research
Same-Sex Couples More Likely to Ask Presbyterian Pastors to Marry Them
More pastors are open to LGBT people serving in their churches than being married there, LifeWay finds.
More pastors are open to LGBT people serving in their churches than being married there, LifeWay finds. Same-Sex Couples More Likely to Ask Presbyterian Pastors to Marry Them.
The Pressure Of The Pastorate
In order to truly flourish, pastors need authentic and safe friendships.
Aug 23, 2016. pastors, leadership. The Pressure Of The Pastorate. The Pressure Of The Pastorate. In order to truly flourish, pastors need authentic and safe friendships.
36 Years Of Ministry: One-on-One With Erwin Lutzer
My interview with Erwin Lutzer on what it takes to survive, and thrive, during 30+ years of ministry.
Sep 6, 2016. Erwin Lutzer, Moody Church, pastors. As such he will continue with his media ministry and also encourage other pastors in their ministries.
Religion Boosts US Economy More Than Apple, Amazon, and Google Combined
Study offers best estimate yet of the 'value of faith' in America: $1.2 trillion.
Collected by churches, charities, and religious institutions, the money provides salaries for religious teachers, doctors, and pastors. And increasingly, it's spent on social services.
'Praying for Our Candidates' During a Hostile Election
We asked pastors how they've been praying for America's office-seekers. Here's what they had to say.
We asked pastors how they've been praying for America's office-seekers. Here's what they had to say. We asked pastors how they've been praying for America's office-seekers.
The State of The Church in America: When Numbers Point To A New Reality, Part 1
Before you dismiss research as unimportant, read this. If facts are our friends, then it's time we listen to them for the good of the Church in America.
As the former head of a research firm that studies the church and culture, I often tell pastors and other Christian leaders that “facts are our friends.” Surveys and other polls are a bit like
Pew: More Sermons Endorse Clinton
Fewer pastors are politically engaged this election; fewer still are speaking for Trump from the pulpit.
Fewer pastors are politically engaged this election; fewer still are speaking for Trump from the pulpit. Pew: More Sermons Endorse Clinton. Fewer pastors
Trump’s ‘Greatest Contribution to Christianity’: Pastors Preaching Politics
Republican nominee pledges to repeal Johnson Amendment. But pastors debate endorsing politicians from pulpits.
But pastors debate endorsing politicians from pulpits. Trump's 'Greatest Contribution to Christianity': Pastors Preaching Politics. But pastors debate endorsing politicians from pulpits.
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