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Uniting a Violence-Plagued City in Prayer
Neither death threats nor tepid response discouraged two pastors from praying over every murder site in their city for years.
hearts. Haas and Engbarth started asking other pastors near each homicide to participate and lead the vigils. efforts. As for the two pastors, they just point to God.
Why Churches Lose Their Way
Joe Thorn discusses how congregations can rediscover the biblical basis of who they are and what they’re called to do.
How have you cultivated that? From the very beginning, we've prayed that God would allow us to raise up and to send out pastors, church planters, and missionaries.
What Makes Your Church Your Church?
3 building blocks to help you tell your story.
3. Lessons Learned. Every church body has a history of victories and fall-outs that shape a church's story. For example, Church of the Resurrection is a thriving church today.
Rural Matters: Part of God's Plan to Transform Our Communities and Our World
Rural North America needs Jesus.
Many denominations, networks, and pastors of large mission- sending churches today have taken rural America off their radar, choosing instead to focus on urban centers.
The Hottest Thing at Church Is Not Your Pastor or Worship Leader
According to Gallup, it’s the sermon.
Churchgoers' focus on Sunday sermons is a hopeful indicator for pastors. Just 7 percent of pastors schedule sermon texts more than a year in advance.
What Can the Church Learn about Sexual Harassment, Accusations, & Transparency from the Bill O'Reilly Debacle?
Powerful men, with organizations tending to cover things up, are a recipe for disaster.
As such, when we think about those in the public eye (including pastors), we must recognize that they are even more susceptible than we are. And no one is too big to fail.
Pastor, How Do You Pray for Your Church?
10 ministry leaders respond.
Lee Eclov. Pastor at the Village Church of Lincolnshire north of Chicago and adjunct professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. I envy pastors who pray well for their churches.
The Dangers of a Bait-and-Switch Easter SundaySubscriber Access Only
Avoiding the pitfalls of special services.
I Voted Clinton. He Voted Trump. We Still Do Ministry Together.
How my right-hand man and I reconciled our political differences for the sake of our church.
We trust each other. Because we've taken that intentional time together, I know Dan follows Jesus earnestly. I believe in his sincere desire to obey. And
Even in Canada, Conservative Churches Are GrowingSubscriber Access Only
Mainline churches with evangelical leanings outpace their liberal counterparts, study says.
conducted by a team out of Wilfrid Laurier University and Redeemer University College in Ontario, indicated that among growing mainline churches, 93 percent of pastors and 83
How 1,000 Pastors Pursue Racial Reconciliation
Personal relationships and prayer preferred over preaching and protests.
How 1,000 Pastors Pursue Racial Reconciliation. share; email; print. Nine out of 10 American pastors say they recently encouraged racial reconciliation.
Why Has Evangelism Fallen On Hard Times?
Join Drs Richardson and Stetzer for the Billy Graham Center's first webinar.
You know, the more I talk with pastors and leaders, the more I continue to see the need for evangelism resources to equip all levels of the Church—from senior pastors through lay
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4 Ways to Invite God into Your Planning Meetings
Put the ministry back in your administration.
Garrido writes in Redeeming Administration, if the primary task of administration “involves the creation of an environment in which life can flourish,” this is something pastors are gifted to
Putting Pastors to Pasture in NigeriaSubscriber Access Only
Churches protest law requiring ministry leaders to resign after age 70 or 20 years.
Putting Pastors to Pasture in Nigeria. Churches protest law requiring ministry leaders to resign after age 70 or 20 years. Putting Pastors to Pasture in Nigeria.
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Whatever Is Pure: Cedarville Requires Professors to Apply Philippians 4:8
Whatever Is Pure: Cedarville Requires Professors to Apply Philippians 4:8
Faculty push back against stricter standards keeping curse words, R-rated movies, and sexual content out of their curricula.
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