When it comes to issues like extreme poverty, HIV, economic development and education, does the American church have a new responsibility? One we didn’t have just a few years ago?
All ministries have seasons of peaks and valleys, but there's a sustaining secret to the journey that's easy to overlook.
Renowned physicist and Anglican priest John Polkinghorne: “You don’t have to commit intellectual suicide to be a religious believer; otherwise I wouldn’t be one.”
"People will admire you for your success, but they will relate to you because of your pain."
The pastor/innovation leader at LifeChurch.tv discusses his personal journey to becoming who God wants him to be.
Thom Rainer: "There continues to be a shift of members and attendees from smaller churches to larger churches, particularly megachurches."
"We see online church as very much a part of our future and believe it is a continuing trend in the global church," says Bobby Gruenewald.
View the Outreach 100 lists online for the first time ever and see what's trending in the largest and fastest-growing churches today.
How Substance Church in Roseville, Minn., quickly connects new attendees with friends and a ministry
Jim Putman, the senior pastor of Real Life Ministries, discusses what it takes to plant a church that develops leaders from day one.