Perhaps our lack of volunteers has less to do with our recruiting strategy and more to do with how we are stewarding our current volunteers.
This week's links include resources on reverse culture shock, multigenerational leadership, studying the Bible, neglecting lament, and the war on sin.
Attention is to be focused on the Lord, the true object of our service, not people pleasing.
Don’t set yourself up to play with something that will grow to something that can kill and maim you.
As a theologian, Bavinck listens carefully before making a judgment; this is the kind of theology that pastors need to learn and to emulate.
If our churches are following the New Testament grid of ministry, orphan care will be natural, just another outlet for the powerful message of Christ that gathers and disperses us each week.
On this episode of the For The Church Podcast, Jared Wilson and Ronni Kurtz discuss what they're reading, what pastors are reading, and what pastors should be reading.
Living in the present, with a forgiven past, and secured future, will definitely lead to a happier life.
As one who is entrusted with a leadership position, I find it profitable to read of others who have led.
Revelation is very much a capstone to the Bible’s unified storyline, not a freaky add-on to the end.