When I’ve been in the depths of depression, heartbreak, moral conundrums, in the lowest valleys of my eating disorder and insecurities, I never gave up on the church, and the church has rarely failed me.
Loving the Church means taking the risks to keep it vital and fulfilling the purposes for which God created her.
Is the ability to listen to a sermon online excuse enough to skip church?
Is your church more about mission or meeting?
We need Christ and we need each other–that truth won’t change. The church is the greatest force on earth to that end.
Through some strategic connections The Journey Church in Glen Burnie was able to distribute more than 35,000 pounds of food and build community rapport in the process.
Should we expect the secular society around us to live by our Christian standards? How do we minister in a post-Christian culture? Jacob Thurston examines both subjects in this six-minute video.
What criteria do Americans use to evaluate churches? And which category scored the highest?
Is your church misfiring on its mission? These five theories will help you answer that question.