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The Pastoral Skill We Must Reclaim
Author Paul Pastor talks Christian formation in the Information Age.
Presence is the pastoral skill we need to reclaim these days, and one that our generation will struggle with deeply because of the realities of modern life.
Does Your Church Have the Right Model?
How to decide.
many parts. Kyle Rohane is managing editor of CT Pastors. He lives in Wheaton, Illinois. The 2017-2018 Guide to New Church Models. To learn more
Welcome to CTPastors.com
Wisdom and tools for your calling.
other working pastors? Check out our Writer's Guidelines and let us know. Welcome to CT Pastors. Kyle Rohane is managing editor of CTPastors.com.
CT Pastors' Top 16 Articles of 2016
From ministry temptations to high callings, here is this year's best training and wisdom for pastors.
7. The Step-by-Step Guide to Writing Your Sermon. by Abram Kielsmeier-Jones. From research to outline, and everything in between. 6. My Top 10 Resources on Pastoral Care.
CTPastors Has a Small Church Section – And They Want to Hear From You!
How to pitch, write and submit an article that fellow small church pastors will want to read, and the editors of CTPastors will want to publish.
ministry. Once you have your title, pitch and short bio written, send it to the small church section editor, Kyle Rohane, at krohane@christianitytoday. Feel
Ministry after a Fatal Police Shooting
Amid Charlotte’s tragedy, Claude Alexander calls pastors to be both critics and reconcilers.
Describe the atmosphere right now in Charlotte. Right now there's a lull. There's still a desire for all of the video to be released. [Shortly after this interview
The Year of Fear
How do we minister amid terrorist attacks, racial violence, and the most polarized election in memory?
“These digital tools extend the pastor's influence, but they also increase the temptation of platform building and self-promotion,” says Kyle Rohane, managing editor of CTPastors.com.
'Nones' Are Your Business
A review of 'The Rise of the Nones' by James Emery White
assault force." And he hopes that by retraining this assault force, he can use the very institution the nones reject to show them the power and love of Christ's gospel.—Kyle Rohane.
A Case for Seminary . . . Warts and All
And I learned that the gap between the head, the heart, and the hand isn't as wide as we've been led to believe. Kyle Rohane is Editor at LeaderTreks in Carol Stream, Illinois.
The Myth of the Average Millennial
Don't rely on statistics and stereotypes to reach my generation.
Kyle Rohane is a writer living in Amarillo, Texas. Copyright © 2014 by the author or Christianity Today/Leadership Journal. Click here for reprint information on Leadership Journal.
The Art of Worship
What keeps us from visual (and vulnerable) responses to God?
So take off your sandals, wiggle your toes, and join the family of God in the circle of praise. Kyle Rohane is Editor at LeaderTreks in Carol Stream, Illinois.
Our Not-so-great Debates
Can the hope of Easter quell Christian Quarreling?
Our Christian debates take place in the shadow of the cross. Let's conduct them accordingly. Kyle Rohane is editorial resident with Leadership Journal.
Dancing on Graves?
Why celebrations of death give "the last enemy" too much power.
How can we avoid celebrating death without idolizing the deceased? Is it possible to grieve for our enemies? Kyle Rohane is editorial resident with Leadership Journal.