Monday, May 09, 2016

On the Net: "Reinventing Church in the Small-Town South" and Much More

Reinventing Church in the Small-Town South

Cornerstone Family Fellowship in Amory, Mississippi, has dispensed with tradition to reach the lost. Read More

Does Moving Away from Calvinism Necessarily Lead to Liberalism?

Trevin Wax posts some thoughts about the Arminian-Calvinist debate in the Southern Baptist Convention Read More

Serving the Lord When You Aren’t Ready

If you wait till you feel ready, you’ll never do it. Read More

Three Ways a Disorganized Leader Holds Back a Team

Leaders must reach a threshold of organizational skill or their disorganization becomes a debilitating weakness and holds back the team they are leading. Read More

7 Thoughts on Managing Conflict as a Leader

Part of the leader’s job is to learn to better manage conflict rather than attempting to kill them. Read More

7 Signs You’re Dealing With a Negative Person

The first strategy for dealing with negative feedback is to determine whether you are dealing with negative feedback from a positive person or negative feedback from a negative person. Read More

How Do We Know the Bible Is True?

That’s an excellent question because so much is at stake in the Christian faith in terms of the truthfulness of Scripture. Read More

The Feed Is Dying

The reverse-chronological social media feed — the way you’ve read Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and blogs (which is to say, the internet) at various points over the last decade, updates organized according to the time they were posted, refreshed at the top of the screen — no longer really makes sense. Read More

Why ‘Professional Evangelism’ Is Hurting the Church

In the church we have professionalized the common practice of evangelism and it has become our detriment. Read More
This is is a reposting of the Christianity Today article,"Over Professionalizing What Should be the Common Practice of Evangelism."
Faithful Evangelism Begins with Clear Sight

One of the reasons why we sputter in evangelism is a truncated view of God’s holiness. Read More

I Am Not in Church

A helpful reminder that Christians need to be more outward-looking and less absorbed in themselves. Read More

How We Pray: Survey looks at what Canadians Say in Conversations with a Supreme Being

The survey, conducted by the Angus Reid Institute, sought to find out how many Canadians pray, how often, and for what. Read More

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