What does church revitalization look like as a result of the pandemic?
Biblical wound care enters the spiritual battle that accompanies the processes of healing, balancing harmful responses with truth and unconditional love.
“Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.” –Jesus, John 14:27
The number of people in the seats for Sunday service is not the only measure for success in reaching a community.
Sometimes the Holy Spirit transforms a life instantly. Other times, it happens a little at a time.
We are commanded to love God and love others well. Becoming familiar with elements of Cultural Intelligence can assist us in understanding and reaching out to others. Join us in a conversation: Cultural Intelligence: Discipleship Implications.
What might it look like if we all determined to be transformational leaders? Imagine living out the Wesleyan vision in your life, in your church, in your community! What would that look like?
In our current cultural climate, there are so many voices vying for our attention. It’s hard to know who to trust.
The reason why brutality upsets humanity, ignites passion of protest, of standing together opposing crimes against humanity, is because life is sacred.
A more perfect union isn’t limited to Washington. It can start right where we are.
The pandemic has forced watching movies in theaters to adapt. Churches are having to do the same.
The ministry competencies focus on developing ministers who are fit for sustainable ministry–both academically and holistically.
A timely look at some of the latest facts related to the COVID-19 vaccines.
The world is watching to see if our gospel is big enough to address racism.
A lesson on praying bold, specific prayers and expecting God to answer.
Many leaders long to see the people in their sphere of influence healthy, maturing, and growing as Christians. Hear about a tool that can help by joining in a webinar on Emotionally Healthy Discipleship on Tuesday, January 12th at noon ET.
The beginning of a New Year is an ideal time to establish a preaching plan.
What does it look like to go towards the pain? It looks like freedom, healing and resurrection. And, I believe, it looks a lot like Jesus.
How do we intentionally seek how, who, where and what to communicate as we make disciples?
How would you rate your emotional wellness?
To walk this path requires more questions than answers, a high tolerance for uncertainty, a good measure of grit and—most of all—the willingness to die.
I tell you, children and youth ministry workers, you have a special ministry.
2020 is drawing to a close. What will 2021 be like?
As twinkling lights brighten the winding streets after dark, the idea of Christmas is alive and well in my city. However, the understanding of its true meaning is not.