Search Results

How a Small Congregation Fed 145,000 People
God is using 124 people from this historic congregation to support a big ministry.
8 Reasons Churches Should Partner with Secular Community Groups
How can we reach our communities if they have no idea we love them? And how will they know we love them if we don’t work alongside them?
Ministry on the Alaskan Frontier
Curtis Ivanoff talks leadership and reconciliation in America’s most diverse census tract.
How to Be at Peace and Get What You Want
Fortune 500 CEO Brad Hewitt’s wisdom for moving past our insatiable cravings.
Treat Folks WellSubscriber Access Only
What a bout with cancer taught me about caring for the people I lead.
What I Wish I Had Known about Stewardship
Five insights that changed my awkward relationship with this core part of the Christian life and church ministry.
When Tithing Comes With a Money-Back Guarantee Subscriber Access Only
How did churches like NewSpring and Life.Church get thousands of Christians to start giving? By offering a refund if God isn't faithful.
Raising Generous, Debt-Free KidsSubscriber Access Only
7 things your kids need to know about money
People Won't Commit to the Church Any More? Don't You Believe It
The way people make commitments is changing. Unhealthy churches whine about it. Healthy churches do something about it.
Thousands of Jen Hatmaker Fans Bought Her Book for StrangersSubscriber Access Only
For the Love, indeed.
Border Crossing: Five Habits of Incarnational Giving
There are plenty of reasons we justify NOT giving, but there are just as many reason to give generously anyway.
Border Crossing: Lessons in Generosity from the Believing Poor
How can your family, and your church, be more generous this holiday season?
The Big Ask: Another No-Fault Reason Most Churches Will Never Be Mega
Most pastors can't make The Big Ask. Thankfully, it's not needed for a healthy church.
Is It Robbing God to Tithe on Your After-Tax (Not Gross) Income?Subscriber Access Only
The Israelites were never subject to withholding upward of 15 percent.
Usher TrainingSubscriber Access Only
Tom Nelson: The Good SamaritanSubscriber Access Only
Neighborly love requires Christlike compassion and financial capacity.
Tom Nelson: Two Essential Threads to Renewed Faithfulness in Partnership with City and MinistrySubscriber Access Only
In order to demonstrate Christlike compassion and promote economic capacity, Christians need to develop a robust theology that informs life more fully as well as a robust theology of economic flourishing.
Have Stethoscope, Will TravelSubscriber Access Only
Nurse Kelly Sites talks about her experience battling Ebola overseas
Sometimes, Kids Don’t Need to ShareSubscriber Access Only
If we want to teach our children generosity, we shouldn’t force them to take turns.
Piety in the #Ashtag EraSubscriber Access Only
Jesus never said, "When you give, make sure to use a hashtag to let other people know."
The Most Diverse Movement in History
The Most Diverse Movement in History
Christianity has been a multicultural, multiracial, multiethnic movement since its inception.
CT Bookstore

Enter The Vault

Vault

Browse our Full Library of online archives, including past issues of CT magazine. Access the Archives

close