J.R.R. Tolkien coined the term eucatastrophe to describe a story's sudden happy turn. Where do we find such a hope?
Jason Duesing: Life in an Age of Cynicism
Small acts of kindness and love can bear long-term fruit in others' lives. God has given us the power to influence each other.
Samuel Rodriguez: How to Deal with the Storms, Shipwrecks and Snakes in Your Life
The appeal of the gospel changes with each generation, so we must also change the way that we present it. Here's how.
Matt Mikalatos: How to Talk to Anyone About Jesus
Glenn Daman: Why Rural Ministry Matters for Every Church in America
Pastors of rural churches must be aware of the cultural values and concerns of the community. Here are things to consider.
Karl Vaters: Field-Tested Principles for Leading a Healthy Congregation of Under 250
Instead of asking, “Our church is small, so what?” we needed to ask, “Our church is small, now what?”