Blog Entries by Title

Nov 2, 2015

10 Surprising Realities of Mission in New England by Jared C. Wilson

Although I moved in early 2015 to the Midwest, I left a big piece of my heart back in New England, the least-churched region of the nation. I still hear regularly from folks interested in the future of church planting, revitalization, and gospel ministry in the New England states, so the following ten items are meant to help those praying and planning adjust their expectations in one respect or another.

Jun 4, 2019

10 Things I Learned a Year Into Church Planting by David McLemore

A year into church planting: it's hard and it's wonderful. And I don't want to be doing anything else.

Nov 16, 2018

10 Things I Wished I Learned in Seminary by Jonathan Hayashi

Some seminarians think they can just convince others of truth, and they’ll obviously get on board with God.

Feb 21, 2019

10 Things to Know About Ministry Among the Poor by Mez McConnell

The poor in our cities are not going to be won by a group of timid men and women in a committee meeting; they will be won by those who dream big and trust in the absolute sovereignty of God to get things done.

Oct 19, 2016

10 Tips for Leading Kids to Christ by Jason K. Allen

If you are seeking to influence little ones toward Christ, you might find these ten tips helpful.

Jan 15, 2016

10 Ways to Exercise Christlike Headship by Owen Strachan

Here are ten practical ways by which godly husbands can practice Christlike headship in their home.

Oct 23, 2019

10 Ways to Identify and Develop Missionaries from Your Student Ministry by Erik Odegard

While missions is more than evangelism, it is never less than that.

Mar 7, 2019

10 Ways to Lead a Great Team Meeting by Mike Ayers

Activity does not always mean productivity and just because you meet doesn’t mean you're accomplishing anything of value​.

Mar 7, 2017

11 Characteristics of the Self-Righteous by Casey Lewis

In an effort to help us create self-awareness and keep us out of the trap, here are 11 characteristics of the self-righteous . . .