A recent recruitment message baffled me and my wife. It makes a great object lesson about when our conveyed message does not match our intended message.
People will visit your church. How they are treated will determine whether or not they return. Nine tips to improve your church visitor’s user experience.
Christian education and discipleship too often includes teaching false, shallow, or no theology. Correct discipleship requires teaching correct doctrine.
Videos are used often as sermon illustrations. However, in today’s social media culture, video has other great uses in a worship service.
A single picture of a woman’s response during a church service reveals some powerful lessons about true worship. It’s not about service styles.
Churches often have visitors. However, their experience determines whether or not they return. Here are the two steps to effective visitor follow-up.
Jesus prayed his disciples would be united, yet often Christians find things to divide over. It’s time that we unite in the gospel, not divide over dogma.
When it comes to pop art and pop music, Christians tend toward mimicry. If we want to impact the world, we must become innovators rather than imitators.
Talk is cheap, right? Week two of the 2015 NFL season for the Buffalo Bills can teach churches and individuals much about talk versus action.
The Buffalo Bills can teach churches much about how to welcome a new staff member to the church and community, and help set the stage for ministry success.
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