The way we do church is changing at the speed of technological advancement. Here's how to navigate the complexity of leadership.
We are commanded to love our enemies, yet the power to love doesn't come from sheer willpower, but from God's promise to us.
If John Allen Chau was a fool—recent information suggests otherwise—he was a fool for Christ.
Loss aversion is a key reason why people resist change, and understanding the concept is key to the solution.
While you're doing the hard work of planting a church, don't forget to be dialed-in to your spouse's needs.
Discipleship is not just about those already in the church, but those outside as well.
God recently opened the eyes of a friend for whom I had been praying for 30 years.
When I was a youth pastor, I’d take annual foreign mission trips with my students. And leading up to the trip we’d have training and prep to do. Of...
The way we end the day may be just as important as the way we begin it.
The way we motivate and mobilize volunteers often isn't God's way; fortunately, Paul lays a roadmap in Ephesians.