Tag: David Kinnaman

David Kinnaman: Living Out the Gospel in Digital Babylon

The promise of Jesus is for this life and the life to come. There’s an opportunity that we have in this moment of spiritual openness that Jesus is well-regarded and well-liked and he seems to be beckoning people.

Spiritual Backstories

Churches can be places where followers of Christ carefully listen to and pray through people’s life stories with empathy, extending the kind of care and grace that Jesus showed everyone, regardless of their backstory.

Reversing Pastoral Burnout

Now is the time to redouble efforts to help ministry leaders flourish in their roles, recovering from the trauma of recent years and preparing for the road ahead.

Reviving Evangelism for the Next Generation

A majority of practicing Christians do not consistently support evangelism, and almost half of millennial Christians believe it is flat-out wrong to evangelize. Now what?

The Renewed Church

A look at what the church could be

Susan Mettes: The Loneliness Epidemic

Defuse the Underlying Issues That Take Pastors Down

Research: 1 in 5 Churches May Close Due to Pandemic

Sixty-five percent of churches have seen a giving decrease since mid-March as churches stopped holding in-person services.

The 28 Best Books of the Year

17th annual celebration of the best resources from the past year