The structure you have in place should be an aid to the culture you are trying to produce, not a hindrance.
Matt Chandler shares why preaching a “massive gospel” is vitally important to both the people who are listening—and the leader who is sharing it.
In God’s economy (which is more than money), giving and receiving are two sides of the same coin.
Tim Challies: We should expect criticism because we are sinful, so far from the holiness God requires and so far from the holiness we desire.
Be honest with yourself: Is your leadership of the church being dominated by a few negative voices?
Few things discredit the church more in the minds of unbelievers than accountability to a standard they never acknowledged to begin with.
Having a serving culture established through instilling it, repeating it and celebrating it will provoke members to love and good deeds.
What were your unfiltered dreams, the ones that you had before you were told what you should expect, who you were supposed to be?
A poignant and moving story about the true, God-given roles of both zeal and quietness.
How do we make teenagers into disciples who make disciples now and in their years ahead?