How to Have Conversations About Diversity As a White Male

I’m a white male who teaches at a prestigious college. There’s much to unpack in that sentence, but it’s certainly a position of cultural power. As a white male, I’m certainly...

Overcoming Worry

No matter what is going on in the world or in our lives, we don't have to worry.

How to Improve Your Decision-Making Ability

Leaders must make lots of decisions. Here's how to stay sharp.

Africa’s Accelerating Disciple-Making Movement

The church in Africa is mirroring the early church in innovative ways.

Glenn Packiam: The Church As Bread

We are meant to give ourselves lovingly to our communities from the outflow of our love for Christ.

Luis Palau: A Good Day for Good News—Part 1

Luis Palau is an iconic international evangelist who has spoken in person to more than 1 billion people and is a daily radio presence...

Luis Palau: A Faithful Legacy—Part 2

"God gave you your ministry to take care of it for him. It is more than a job. It is a calling, and a grand one."

Trona Church Reaches Out in Aftermath of Earthquake

First Baptist Church of Searles Valley in Trona, California, is bringing hope to the community rocked by a 7.1 magnitude earthquake.

New Life Community Church: A Multiethnic Lighthouse in East Denver

How an Anglo church in Aurora, Colorado, intentionally embraced a multiethnic vision.

Why You Should Try Assigning Seats at a Fellowship Meal

This outside the box approach may seem strange, at first, but it has clear benefits.

Resources

Bob Merritt: Done With That

Escape the Struggle of Your Old Life

The Good Thing About Pain

Pain is a signal that something's wrong, and it takes humility, honesty and hard work to address it.

5 Ways the Church Can Address the Immigration Crisis

How the church can help our neighbors at the border.
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