How to Disciple Families in a Multiethnic Lifestyle

Children learn about multiethnic relationships from their parents. Here are ways to model healthy relationships.

John Teter: Modeling a Lifestyle of Evangelism—Part 2

The key to effective evangelism is not trying to change the world, but being faithful to make it a part of our day to day lives.

3 Key Guardrails for a Disciple-Making Culture

We have to be willing to be unsuccessful in this world in order to be successful in the world to come.

Andy Stanley: Why ‘The Bible Says So’ Is Not Enough Anymore

Our culture questions biblical authority, so, like Paul, we must adapt our hermeneutical approach to reach our neighbors.

Raising the Bar for Volunteers

The level of commitment and accountability for a school sports team is often higher than that of church volunteers. Why?

What We Can Learn From ‘Only God’ Moments

There are countless stories of God accomplishing what only he can when people step out in faith. What can we learn?

Stop Playing the Comparison Game

Playing the comparison game steals our joy and leaves us feeling ungrateful for where God has us. But how do we stop?

Why Didn’t Jesus Fix Everything?

Jesus left inconsolable things in our lives, not for us to break ourselves trying to eradicate them, but to give us hope.

3 Spiritual Vitality Warning Signs

It's easy to be so focused on the spiritual vitality of others that we neglect our own. Here are signs you're running on fumes.

8 Ways to Invest in Younger Believers

Younger believers become mature through the investment of more experienced believers. Here are ways to start successful mentoring relationships.
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