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Clayton King: Putting Family First
How do you prioritize the needs of your family?
Clayton King: Hearing God's Voice
How do you listen to God's direction for your ministry?
Clayton King: Discouraged Pastors
How would you encourage struggling pastors?
Straight to the Source
Seminaries teach a simple method for studying the Bible that we can all use to study the Bible ourselves. - Article
They have been taught about the Bible through sermons, videos, and podcasts, and some may even read a daily devotional— but very few study the Bible in any depth.
Church Vandalism • Religious Liberty EO Lawsuit • Church and State Debate: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders. - Article
Viral videos and posts can create controversy for a church—in “How Your Church Can Avoid Social Media Conflict,” attorney Gisele Kalonzo-Douglas discusses effective ways for
The Spiritual Lives of Entrepreneurs: Introduction
Praxis CEO David Blanchard discusses equipping young entrepreneurs.
Work as Formation
The founder of a toy company explores how his work impacts his spiritual life.
Do Well and Do Good
How does Christian faith play out in Silicon Valley?
Big Things Could Happen
How can churches better engage entrepreneurs?
Rest and Sabbath
In a workaholic culture, why should the church talk about work?
How I Leverage My Autism for Pastoral Ministry
My life-changing diagnosis forced me to learn myself—and my ministry role—all over again.
without speaking—but until that point, I didn't know there was such a thing as “social cues.” After about a year of investigating on my own by reading and watching videos, I was
6 Kinds of Pastors You'll Meet in Fiction
What popular portrayals of ministry reveal about our calling.
Let Them Lean In: The Power a Subtle Gospel
We've become very noisy and personality-driven in our presentation of the gospel. Sometimes whispering is better than yelling.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
We're in love with the spectacular. Superhero movies, bigger buildings, viral videos and over-the-top personalities. It's the same in a lot of our churches.
The Church Needs More Creative Christians – And Better Critics
Every creative Christian has been criticized. We remember the creatives. We’ve forgotten the critics.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
appreciate it, I celebrate you. If you're creating movies or videos to express an idea you just have to get off your chest, I celebrate you. If you're designing
We Can’t All Be Beth
I’m called to oversee the corner of influence God has given me - Article
In case you have never experienced Beth Moore's teaching outside the realm of women's events and teaching videos, it is an awesome thing to behold.
3 Reasons We Stopped Doing Multisite Church
It's hard to lead locally from a distance.
Here are three of the reasons we chose not to continue our multisite approach. 1. Preaching and leading. A pastor is called to lead the congregation.
Shoot a Two-Minute Message
An easy way to connect with your audience
How to Safely Use Copyrighted Video During Church Services
An attorney answers the most common questions she receives about video copyright. - Article
Movies, commercials, music videos, recordings, and even home videos are all the subject of copyright protection, even if the work is not registered and even if the work does not display
Screen Saver
When our church went multi-site, video venue helped us transition to live preaching.
Trump-Inspired Hate Crimes • Armed Standoff • Bishop Wins Defamation Suit: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders. - Article
Roy B. Dalton of the Middle District Court in Orlando, Florida, judgment was ruled in favor of Blake, who filed an injunction to remove all of Carter's defamatory videos, tweets, posts, and
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