There is one primary thing that should be driving church growth. Here are four things that shouldn't be.
LifePoint Church in Clarksville, Tennessee, named fastest-growing church with release of the Outreach 100 American Megachurch Annual
Our culture questions biblical authority, so, like Paul, we must adapt our hermeneutical approach to reach our neighbors.
Regularly winnowing out bad habits is just as important to the senior pastor's health as establishing healthy goals.
What if we changed our approach to ministry so that it mirrored the pattern Jesus often demonstrated?
Seven words of wisdom for church planters and leaders from Ron Edmondson.
Brad Powell: “Leading a church out of a rut demands belief that the church’s future begins now.”
Brad Powell: “To continue leading positively in the face of negativity, I have found that, like Jesus, I must learn to love people without needing them.”
Bobby Gruenewald: "Lazy people don't need vision to be lazy."
Brad Powell: "The difference between a good and great leader lies in how they leverage their time."