We asked Joe Thorn, "How do you help a church develop a passion for church planting?"
How can smaller churches conduct successful ministry training?
Sunday is a glorious day and marks not only our calendars but also our lives. Yet, Sunday is not enough.
What's the one thing the local church needs to get right in the 21st century?
In our vocation and recreation, in days of peace and days of persecution, in the valley of the shadow of death and in the pastures of comfort, we are created and called to glorify and enjoy God.
To lead and serve God's people demands that we feed them the truths of God's word; that is applied theology!
We need tools to help us, but we need the Holy Spirit to illumine, convict, and empower.
I spent many years being angry—from my youth to well into adulthood. By the grace of God I have found freedom from its grip on me, but it took years of growing in grace.
Lean into the means of grace that you may lean on Jesus himself.
We need more partnerships between churches, and we need more churches. Working together to plant churches is a biblical way to fulfill the cooperative commission to make disciples.