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Fall 2008: Missions Baggage Check
volume 29, Issue 4
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Three traditional churches change course by putting their money (as well as their buildings and people) where their mission is.
Research shows that pastors' views of the gospel and mission are changing. But should we celebrate or repent?
Could our church shift from performance to mission?
These churches are using their buildings to make an impact way beyond the weekend.
The word is everywhere, but where did it come from and what does it really mean?
The mission of the church is not efficiency, but developing all its people.
How to teach generosity across the economic spectrum.
Our changing views of right and wrong.
Small, indigenous churches are getting lots of attention, but where's the fruit?
Holding on to tradition in a world of endless innovation.
How much should a worship leader talk?
Inviting critique can make you a better preacher.
How churches are integrating new communication tools into ministry.
Even in a postmodern culture, Christians must still be prepared with a logical response.
Willow Creek's REVEAL study shows the importance of Scripture for growth.
Caring for others, and yourself, during hospital visitations.
Insomnia, pornography, and learning to live the gospel I preach.
If your people won't follow, it may be the result of past abandonment.
2008 Leadership Book Awards.
The secret of enduring and effective ministry.
What it takes for the gospel to reach the ends of the earth.
Two leaders. One mission. Two very different strategies.
"Mustard Seed" movements that are reshaping the church.