Church Life+Ministry

The Limits of Pentecostal Women Leaders
When the tradition’s unique understanding of calling meets societal norms of leadership.
Should Environmental Concerns Be a Major Priority for a Christian Business Owner?
Experts weigh in from the Lausanne Movement’s Global Workplace Forum.
Church Planting R&D: Part 3 - Small Groups, Missional Communities & Micro-Churches
Some churches are small as a deliberate decision toward the commission of disciple-making.
Redeeming Rural
Regardless of how few people live in an area, every person is in search for and in need of redemption.
Assemblies of God Elects First Woman to Top Leadership Team
A historic vote for Donna Barrett as general secretary “has been meaningful for many women who feel God’s calling on their lives.”
The ‘Jeykll and Hyde’ Church: The Long Journey Back to Our Mission
Why does it seem the church is unable to be who she is called to be?
The Great Century of Missions Ended Over a Century Ago: Will Our Age Be the Great Century of Omission?
The People of God must boldly proclaim the gospel message both here and abroad.
The Christian Case Against the Orphanage
Children need a stable family, not institutional care.
Why Southern Baptists’ Social Justice Spat Is Actually About the Sufficiency of Scripture
The Founders documentary trailer uncovers a larger disagreement over how to approach secular theories around race and gender.
We’re Not from Here
In the same way Dorothy longs for Kansas, the Church longs for the New Jerusalem.
Church Planting R&D: Part 2 - Collegiate Church Planting
Collegiate church planting offers much insight into effective ecclesial and evangelistic praxis.
One-on-One with Greg Laurie on Evangelism, Culture and Crusades
“The primary way that God has chosen to reach unbelievers is through the verbal articulation of the gospel.”
World Vision Helped Evangelicals Become Social Activists—Within Limits
A new history tracks the uneasy alliance between the organization and its core supporters.
Rural Youth Ministry: Are We Ready for the Next Wave?: Part 2
We need to close the gap between younger and older generations.
For Jesus Army, Must the Wages of Abuse Be Death?
Closure of UK-based charismatic church network raises question of whether ministries can recover after abuse is uncovered.
South Carolina Foster Ministry Opens to Catholics for the First Time
Despite a federal waiver backing its Protestants-only policy, Miracle Hill continued to face legal challenges.
Rural Youth Ministry: Are We Ready for the Next Wave?: Part 1
There is some spiritual energy starting to build in the youth of our rural communities.
Responding to Josh Harris’s Announcement
What should we do when loved ones and public figures leave the faith?
Church Planting Research and Development: Part 1
Is There Ecclesiological Room for R&D in Church Planting?
‘Tis a Gift to Do ‘Undignified’ Work
Blue-collar labor often goes unappreciated and under-rewarded. How can that change?
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America Needed Spies. Many Missionaries Were Ready and Willing.
America Needed Spies During World War II. Many Missionaries Were Ready and Willing.
They regretted some of what they were asked to do, but they thought defending democracy was worth it.
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