Monday, December 05, 2016

On the Net: "Five Reasons a Christmas Eve Service Reaches the Unchurched" and More

Five Reasons a Christmas Eve Service Reaches the Unchurched

While Easter is the day most churchgoers decide to show up at the same time, Christmas Eve is indeed prime time for the unchurched. Why is that? Here are five key reasons.... Read More

How to Correctly Identify Constructive Criticism

Organizations, churches, and societies need this.... Read More

8 Habits of Healthy Church Leaders

Matt Brown: “We are called by a great God. May we never be stagnant or half-hearted in that calling!” Read More

What is Biblical Preaching? A New Series, starting with Kyle Idleman

Southeast Christian Church Teaching Pastor is the first in a new series. Read More

21 Thoughts on Preaching

In no particular order, here are some reflections, musings, and bits of advice on the noble task of preaching the Word of God. Read More

Grappling with the Fears of Technological Change

Technologies are good in that they allow us to carry out our God-given mandate (Gen. 4). But every technology also brings risk; it brings change. Innovations subtly shift our understanding of ourselves and the world around us. Read More

The State of Evangelicalism: Caught Between Doomsday Rhetoric and Changing Demographics

Threats to religious liberty were absolutely a legitimate concern in this election and will be again in future elections. But dark Manichaean rhetoric that demands complete Christian loyalty to one political party is theologically dubious and will ultimately yield political failure. Read More

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