Leading in a Diverse World
Leaders have a unique role to play in creating the environments where diversity can be a benefit rather than a cause for division.
Every day, the world gets a little more connected. In 2010, about 1.9 billion people were using the internet; just 6 years later that number grew by 60% to 3.2 billion (itu.int).
New Research: Churchgoers Stick Around for Theology, Not Music or Preachers
Don’t mess with a church’s beliefs or there may be an exodus, according to a new study from Nashville-based LifeWay Research.
and Baptists (31 percent) are most likely to have been at their church for 25 years or more. Baptists (60 percent) are more likely to be completely committed than Lutherans (47 percent).
This Week, Speak the Name of Andrew Brunson, A Persecuted Brother in Turkey
Please join us in standing with Brunson’s family and home church in lifting the name of Andrew Brunson to the God he serves.
48-year-old Christian pastor, Andrew Brunson, who had peacefully lived and ministered in Turkey for 23 years. As we work to support persecuted Christians in over 60 countries that are
Does Your Church Have Enough Samaritans?
Samaria has always been as fruitful a venue for the gospel as it has been a repulsive place for God’s people to initially consider engaging.
however, they seem in all too big a hurry to leave, and not return until years later, as pronouncing judgment on Saul, prayed that “God would not hold this sin against them” (Acts 7:60).
Cover Story: Out of the Flood
Three teens survived a rising river at a Bible camp in Comfort, Texas. Would their faith?
The current, moving at 60 miles per hour, rendered swimming impossible, and Asberry struggled to keep brick building with a white steeple that appears little changed from 30 years ago
South Sudan: Famine, War, and Hope
The fields of South Sudan could feed the whole continent.
The euphoria lasted, at best, two years. The ten million people of the South is complex: 60 indigenous languages, impossible roads, a completely broken down infrastructure, and a
The Father of Gospel Music Wanted to Be a Secular Star
How Thomas Dorsey decided to give up a thriving jazz career for “Precious Lord.”
Over the next 60 years, Dorsey became known as the “Father of Gospel Music,” penning hundreds of songs and redefining the genre in beat, rhythm, and tempo.
Getting Small Churches on Mission (Part 2)
Three ways smaller churches can serve their communities
In 2016, 60 percent of all children in foster care were non-white. I have a friend who, along with his wife, has been certified as a foster parent for over five years.
Q&A: Marriage App Founder Says Couples Benefit from Digital Therapy
The founder of the Lasting app aims to offer portable counseling support to married millennials—especially those with kids.
Most users are between the ages of 20 and 35 or in their first 15 years of marriage (80 percent of users were married after 2010). “I was working 60 hours a week helping 80 percent of
Inside the Nixon Years
Chuck Colson tells the inside story of the most controversial relationship in Graham's life.
What about the intervening years caused this shift in emphasis In a book recently published on what prominent people believe, 60 out of 100 did not even mention God, and only 11 out
Billy Graham Is in Heaven. His Funeral Guests Got a Glimpse of It.
(UPDATED) A first-hand report from the evangelist’s “last crusade,” which he planned years before his death last week at 99.
tent, told CT. The breadth of the crowd reflected the scope and span of Graham's 60-plus years in ministry and continued influence. “As I walked around
Cover Story: Mending Men’s Ministry
How to disciple in an era of male floundering.
Two years later he traveled to Washington, DC, for the movement's Stand in the Gap event, which drew hundreds of The Promise Keepers events were great, says Kramer, now 60.