3 Steps for a Successful Church Launch

These three types of practice services will help ensure that you launch well.

Being People of Virtue in a Culture of Vice

We as Christians can model a different, better way to engage in politics.

Facing Cultural Headwinds Against Evangelism

I recently came back on a flight from Orange County. Before departing from California, the pilot announced that we would be arriving in Chicago about 40 minutes early due...

Thinking Globally as a Church

Start where global needs and your community intersect.

Amy E. Black: Seeking a More Perfect Union—Part 1

Amy Black, a political science professor at Wheaton College, is an advocate for civil dialogue about American politics.

Amy E. Black: Politics and the Church—Part 2

There are some troubling signs of deepening division in our public discourse, but there is hope in the kingdom of God.

Ron Hutchcraft: Rescuing the Person Outside the Walls

Ron Hutchcraft has created a legacy of seeking the people most in need of spiritual rescue.

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.

7 Fund-Raising Tips for Ministry and Missions

Here are some great ways to grow a healthy culture of giving in your church.

Building Bridges to Our Muslim Neighbors

Neighborly Faith is encouraging dinner and dialogue between Muslims and Christians.

Resources

4 Tips That Multiplied Our Outreach Fundraising

A few tips from a local businessman made all the difference in raising money for our $40,000 outreach effort.

Samuel Rodriguez: You Are Next

Destroy What Has Paralyzed You, and Never Miss Your Moment Again

What’s Holding You Back?

We all have things in the past we're stuck on, but by God's power you can move forward.
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