Not all churches suddenly trying to be missional have gridlocked leaderships or frustrated ministers—but many do.
In a digital, social-media driven world, everything is on the record and the record will never be erased.
It isn’t the fault of social media, it’s the fault of sinful human beings.
Consider these five ways dating, love and beauty would look different if only we didn’t have pop culture’s influence tainting them.
The fact is, growth can cover over a multitude of problems.
In a church it’s particularly difficult to change methods because every change you make is a criticism of the past.
Let’s not create a fog or dumb down our language by overusing powerful language that begs to be embodied verbally.
Because social media is such an expansive communication technology, we run the risk of abusing the opportunity.
Reading comments by professing Christians online can be a discouraging study in applied theology.
If you could cut the heart of God, you would find that God bleeds church planting.