5 Tips for a Short Missions Presentation

The time allotted for missionaries to share with churches is shrinking. Here's how to maximize the time you're given.

Getting Political

We do not have the luxury of remaining silent in matters of politics, but we must use caution in the ways we engage.

Drew Hyun: Mobilizing for More

How to catapult everyday missionaries into the city—and beyond.

Breaking Free From the Enemy-Making Machine

How to live the presence of Christ in a divided culture.

Drew Hyun: Mobilizing for More

How to catapult everyday missionaries into the city—and beyond.

When I Think You’re Wrong

Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers, from opposite ends of the political spectrum, discuss gracious disagreement.

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.

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

John MacArthur: How to Remain Faithful in Ministry

These disciplines will keep you on track with your Christian walk.

R. Albert Mohler Jr.: The Apostles’ Creed

Discovering Authentic Christianity in an Age of Counterfeits

We Are One

Christianity is not an "I" or "me" religion, but a communion of saints.
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