Saturday, February 27, 2016

Weekend Roundup: "The Brand and Value of a Church" and Much More

The Brand and Value of a Church

What’s in a name? For churches, it could be more than you think. Read More

Seven Lies You’ve Been Telling Yourself About Church

Church is not about your enjoyment of the service but your enjoyment of Jesus Christ. Read More

7 Steps to Move Members into Ministry

Sam attends his church faithfully every Sunday, but he is not involved in doing ministry through his church.... How do you move members like him into ministry? Read More

The Word Made Flesh - The Ligonier Statement on Christology

We confess the mystery and wonder of God made flesh and rejoice in our great salvation through Jesus Christ our Lord. Read More

Affirmations on Expository Preaching

Danny Akins lists 12 personal theological affirmations he have made throughout his ministry about what he describes as "the wonderful responsibility of preaching the Word of God." Read More

How to Give Your Pastor Sermon Feedback (and How Not To)

Pastors don’t hear much about the sermon. Here then is my plea to you, consider providing regular, thoughtful feedback to your pastor. Read More

Recovering an Emphasis on Prayer

How can we as evangelicals recover the emphasis on prayer in worship that our Reformed forebears understood? Let me mention some ways. Read More

5 tips for enjoying the church prayer meeting

When Christians don’t pray in public, we lose something—the unique privilege of showcasing to all who gather with us, the extraordinary and unique relationship between Christians and their heavenly Father that Jesus Christ has opened up. Read More
Does your church have prayer meetings?
Should Christians let Muslims use their buildings?

...should Christian churches ever be used for Muslim prayers? Read More

Resist 'civilization jihad,' NRB speakers urge

The U.S. government has been unwittingly complicit with a "pre-violent" form of Islamist attack on the West known as "civilization jihad." Read More

Christianity is extremist, according to almost half US non-religious adults

Almost half of non-religious American adults consider Christianity to be extremist, according to a new study by the Barna Group. Read More

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