"I was a pastor whose schedule kept me from being around anybody far from God. But a year ago something changed."
Should churches primarily work at attracting seekers, or should churches practice a more missional approach?
"As millennials, the way we see the world often makes it difficult for us to meaningfully connect with the local church."
Ed Stetzer: "I don’t think more evangelism conferences is the answer, but the lack of many is a symptom of a larger problem."
Wheaton College made the national news in a big way last month—while I was visiting with my daughter. Here's my reflection.
Most Americans attend church during the Christmas season, and many would come if invited, new LifeWay Research study finds.
Bobby Gruenewald: “The tension isn’t as much between evangelism or discipleship, but how actively we participate in both."
Three themes from the annual festival that can help us better reach the younger, dechurched, spiritually seeking generation.
How can Christians of the past positively affect the ways we share Christ with others today?
"What do we need to do to get the good news back into the gospel people?"