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  • How to find ministry roles that fit your personality

    Choosing the roles that best fit your personality and interests can lead to serving God and the church more effectively.  Your job satisfaction will also increase as you serve people out of your strengths. 

  • Is your church driving away guests?

    We want people to visit our churches. We want them to return so they can have multiple opportunities to hear the Gospel and connect with believers. But many do not return.

  • This is what Christianity looks like in Zimbabwe

    Fellowship naturally flows from the Christians in Zimbabwe in a way I have never seen. Fellowship is not an afterthought, it is a priority above most else, and the Zimbabwean culture reflects God’s original plan for fellowship.

  • For pastors depressed, suicidal, and the parishioners bewildered by them

    Although I’m no expert in the mental health field, I can speak from my own experience and say that being a pastor can be the hardest job in the world. It’s tough, really tough, and it can take you down a black rabbit hole.

  • No easy answers to the problem of suffering

    It is one thing to give a theoretical answer to the problem of suffering that is intellectually satisfying. It is another to look into the face of a sufferer and give that same answer. It will likely be anything but satisfying.

  • The right way to disagree with spiritual elders

    Unfortunately, today, there is a plague of disrespect in our society at large for our elders, and as a culture, we have largely lost sight of what it means to honor others. And that plague has run rampant in the Church, especially on the internet.

  • What if most of your church members don't live in the community?

    Simply stated, you can’t expect the community to come to your church if your members don’t live in the community.

  • Undivided faith: How we can live as wholly devoted followers of Christ

    I recently took our youth group to the mountains of Tennessee for summer camp. Our theme this year was Undivided: Wholly Devoted, Uncompromising Followers of Christ. I would love to say it was an easy week, full of smores, Bible time and heart to hearts. Instead, it was a week full of spiritual opposition.

  • Scientific facts in the Bible

    Before you laugh at stupid Christians, ask yourself if there is any proof that its claims are true. The following is compelling evidence that the Bible is no ordinary book.