On the one-year anniversary of the megastorm that rocked the Northeast, a New Jersey pastor reflects upon five lessons the storm taught him and that instruct the ministry of his church today.
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As a stopgap measure, a bold new effort is underway to help leaders in the practical aspects of ministry.
Franklin Graham, president and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritans Purse, remembers his friend Chuck Smith.
Ed Stetzer remembers how Chuck Smith played an important role in the evangelical movement in the past century.
A non-Catholic assessment of the positive versus the negative of Pope Francis' recent comments.
Pastor Chuck Smith, who initiated the rise of Calvary Chapel, passed away Thursday at age 86 after a long battle with lung cancer.
Carl Lentz, the unconventional pastor at Hillsong Church NYC, is featured in Details magazines October issue. Find out more about this "apostle of cool." Is he this generation's Billy Graham?
Phil Cooke gives some frank advice to donors who are in an uproar about the walkway constructed of bricks with their names engraved on them: Get a life.
With many congregations filled with religious cowardice and legalistic arguments, has the church turned a deaf ear to the call of Christ?
How can the church respond to racism? Here are some practical action steps.
Many people ask, Why does God put people under leaders who make serious mistakes and even some who are wicked? John Bevere tells us what the Bible says.
There's been a lot of criticism of the hypergrace movement, but Joseph Mattera says all of Joseph Prince's teaching isn't beyond the biblical boundaries. Still, he has serious concerns.
Here are 20 tips from ministers currently in apostolic leadership that will help make your journey to full-time ministry a successful one.
Here's how to change the course of our nations decline.
In a stunning request, a North Carolina church has asked "only white people" to greet at its front doors in an effort to bring the church's "racial demographic pendulum back to mid-line." Watch the video here.
Mean-spirited and abusive church leaders have hurt lots of people. If youve been wounded, please dont give up on the church.
Giving your all for Christincluding your lifegoes back to the earliest Christian disciples and has been one of the marks of true faith throughout church history. Radical living, however, has a more specific meaning in a new controversy.
Find out how Assemblies of God General Superintendent George O. Wood is retooling the worlds largest Pentecostal denomination for the future.