The Inescapable Question: Do I Have Something to Die For?

In the year of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., I'm faced with the question of what I would die for.

Discovering Your Role in Building the Kingdom

Kingdom building and disciple making require a shift in thinking from being a hero to being a hero maker.

Encountering God’s Mission in God’s Word

"If we read the Bible with a missional hermeneutic, we will see all of life through the same lens of mission."

What Makes a Great Campus Pastor?

The campus pastor role is the most important factor in the success of a multisite campus. Here's why.

Why It’s a Good Thing We’re a Work in Progress

Though our ministry work is never done, God uses it to complete us.

What Do People Need From Preachers?

The people who come to our churches are spiritually starving, and our primary task is helping them get to know God.

9 Things a Messy Church Building Says

There is a danger of sending the wrong message to guests when a church gets too comfortable with the status quo.

Preparing Kids for College to Challenge Their Faith

The college environment is often hostile to childhood faith, so how do we prepare kids to leave college with their faith intact?

9 Surprising Challenges You’ll Face When Your Church Grows

Growth is something we're all pursuing, but it comes with its own unique challenges.

6 Things Leaders Hate Doing (But Need to Do Anyway)

These aspects of leadership may not be fun or exciting, but paying attention to them is essential to success as a leader.