Saturday, July 23, 2016

Saturday Lagniappe: "5 Principles Megachurches Can Learn From Small Churches" and More

5 Principles Megachurches Can Learn From Small Churches

Healthy small churches have characteristics that make them work. And many of them can work in big churches, too. Read More

Five ways to engage: the city

Ben Pilgreen, a pastor and church planter in San Francisco, shares five simple steps for your church to engage your city. Read More

Trends in Church Architecture, Part 5

Can a church building be culturally engaged? Read More

Church Safety & Security: Insurance & Risk Management [audio] 

Recently at the Southeastern Center for Pastoral Leadership and Preaching, John Ewart, Stephen Griffin, Ron Allen, and George Harvey sat down to talk about what kind of policies, bylaws, and insurance coverage your church should have. Listen Now

A Brief Word to J. I. Packer on His 90th Birthday

As I reflect on who J. I. Packer is and what he has meant to me personally, several things come quickly to mind. Read More

Free Spiritual Gifts Analysis

The Team Ministry Spiritual Gifts Inventory is a discovery tool that provides you with a personalized analysis. Not a test, but a simple questionnaire giving you a profile of your God given spiritual gifts. Learn More

4 Ways to Build a Loyal Team

Todd Adkins examines four ways you can endear yourself to your team. Read More

Enough with the Vague Generalities of Prayer

"He prayed like he knew us." Read More

Stop Trying to Make the Bible Relevant to Teenagers

How do you break through to a young person so they see Scripture’s significance? How do you impress the Bible’s relevance on a teenager who gauges importance by whatever’s atop her social media stream? Read More

How Skipping Church Affects Our Children

The church is losing its young people because the parents never taught their children that it was important. Read More

Seven Steps towards a Greater Gospel Focus in Your Church

Eighty percent of churchgoers believe they have a personal responsibility to share their faith, yet 61% of them had not told another person about Christ in the last six months. The vast majority of Christians believe they should share their faith, but few actually do. Christians should be eternal optimists. The good news should compel us outward with love. If you’re leading a church, what can you do about the fact that most believers don’t share their faith? Read More

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