Tuesday, June 07, 2016

On the Net:"How to Win the Battle In Your Head"and More

How to Win the Battle In Your Head

Win the battle in your head, and you can win the battle in leadership. Read More

10 Proverbs for Leaders

While the Bible is not a book about leadership (it is God’s self-disclosing story of His creation, pursuit, rescue, and restoration of a people for Himself), there are incredible nuggets of leadership wisdom within the Bible. Read More


Why should we preach through 2 Peter? What is the overall message of 2 Peter? How does Peter achieve his aim? Are there any big surprises in 2 Peter? William Taylor answers all these questions and more. Watch Now

5 Ways to Read the Bible for Personal Application

When we reapply Scripture to our own lives, the Holy Spirit is rescripting our lives so that we may become more like Jesus. Read More

Spirit-Leaning Worship Leading

Could I (and my worship team, or choir), and could my church, become so good at “doing church” or making good music, or sticking to our liturgy, to the point that we’re no longer asking for, expecting, and depending on the empowering work of the Holy Spirit in our midst? Read More

Seven Shifts in Church Outreach - Rainer on Leadership #231

On today’s podcast, Thom Rainer and Jonathan Howe discuss a recent post on church outreach and how it has changed over the past few decades. Listen Now

Helping Your Non-Christian Friends Hear God’s Voice

One word from God is worth a thousand sermons. Read More

ACP: More churches reported; baptism, worship numbers decline

Southern Baptists may find cause for hope in the latest Annual Church Profile report. The Southern Baptist Convention added more churches in 2015, due mostly to church planting efforts. Churches also experienced an increase in total giving. Read More

Nigeria pastor’s wife killed by Muslim mob

Nigerian officials scrambled to calm religious tensions after Muslims in Kano state killed a Christian pastor’s wife on a baseless “blasphemy” charge, according to reports. Read More

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