Stephen Witmer: A Vision for Small-Town Ministry—Part 2

We should want bigger and faster more and need it less.

Now That You’ve Reopened … Should You Actually Close Your Building Again?

Every time you think 2020 is going to get easier, it just gets more complex. So here’s a question: Should you close your church after reopening it? While that...

The Key to Making Faster, Better Decisions

As a leader, I am forced to make dozens of decisions every day. During this pandemic that has only multiplied. Thankfully, years ago I learned the secret to...

Repentance of Systemic Racism Includes Restoration

This article originally appeared on MissioAlliance.org and is reposted here by permission. “But Zacchaeus stood up and said to the Lord, ‘Look, Lord! Here and now I give half of...

Stephen Witmer: Big Gospel, Small Places—Part 1

Ministering in small towns is neither idyllic nor dull. It is real life.

Stephen Witmer: A Vision for Small-Town Ministry—Part 2

We should want bigger and faster more and need it less.

Stay Salt: A Conversation With Rebecca Manley Pippert

When I wrote Out of the Saltshaker 40 years ago, it was such a different world. What’s changed today? Well, we’re dealing...

6 Tips to Plan a Memorable Summer With Your Kids

Summer is here and yet, many of us feel like we have already had summer because our kids have been home from...

Echo Park Reborn

Both Echo Park and Foursquare have experienced not just a revitalization, but reconciliation and restoration.

Race and the Gospel: Is Justice Part of the Discussion?—Part 1

“Surely the Good News of Jesus Has Something to Say to the Greatest Historic Injustice of the Last 500 Years.”

Resources

Stephen Witmer: Big Gospel, Small Places—Part 1

Ministering in small towns is neither idyllic nor dull. It is real life.

Stephen Witmer: A Vision for Small-Town Ministry—Part 2

We should want bigger and faster more and need it less.

New Small Group Resources

This year more than any other, gearing up for the fall small group season will look different for churches. As groups form...
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