These steps will help your church connect with new people and bring them back.
Leaders who are willing to reconsider the methods to preserve the mission are usually the ones who succeed long term.
Brad Powell: “It takes faith to get out in front and actually lead instead of playing to the whims and will of the crowd.”
Steven Furtick: What you hold up as a tool for transformation today can easily become an idol of tradition tomorrow.
Depth without width and width without depth — you can't have one without the other and make strong disciples.
One great ministry challenge is to serve in a way that values, affirms and protects our children.
Why hope, humility and wisdom matter in a godless culture.
How will you handle the long days of summer when church crowds are smaller, budgets are tighter and volunteers are harder to find?
When do you know the vision has become ingrained in the culture of your church and not just in your own dreams?
Ministry leaders are often called upon to comment on racial, socioeconomic and political tensions. How should we respond?