Michael Kelley

Michael Kelley, a Regular Contributor to For The Church, is a husband and father of three who lives in Nashville, Tennessee, where he serves as the Director of Groups Ministry for LifeWay Christian Resources. He is also the author of Wednesdays Were Pretty Normal: A Boy, Cancer, and God and Boring: Finding an Extraordinary God in an Ordinary Life. Follow him on Twitter at @_michaelkelley or read more content like this at michaelkelley.co.

Aug 13

Michael Kelley On What Churches Need To Get Right by Michael Kelley

Series: Conversations

What is the one thing the local church needs to get right in the 21st century?

Jun 18

Michael Kelley On Not Fearing The Mundane by Michael Kelley

Series: Conversations

Why shouldn’t we be afraid of the mundane or the “boring” things?

Nov 24

Michael Kelley on Pastors Who Write by Michael Kelley

Series: Conversations

What is the one thing pastors who write ought to remember?

Sep 15

Michael Kelley on Churches and Discipleship by Michael Kelley

Series: Conversations

What do too many churches get wrong about discipleship?

May 28

Michael Kelley on Marriage and Discipleship by Michael Kelley

Series: Conversations

Why is marriage such a vital crucible for discipleship?

Jan 30

Michael Kelley on Why Christians Don’t Pray for Daily Bread by Michael Kelley

Series: Conversations

FTC.co asks Michael Kelley, Director of Discipleship at Lifeway Christian Resources, "Why don't more Christians pray for their daily bread?"

Nov 12

Michael Kelley on Why We Hate to Wait on God by Michael Kelley

FTC.co asks Michael Kelley, Director of Discipleship at Lifeway Christian Resources, "Why do we hate to wait on God?"

May 28

A Mistake We Often Make When Reading the Bible by Michael Kelley

By and large, the Bible is a book written for a community.

May 13

Jesus: The One Who Commands and the One Who Understands by Michael Kelley

Jesus is commanding a life of faithfulness, of loyalty, and yes, in many cases, sacrifice. But He is not unaware of what He’s asking. He understands.​