The church as structured in the New Testament is able to turn the world upside down. But we need to set the believers free first.
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Most churches are already over-programmed and under-discipled. But that's just the fruit of this disturbing trend.
"Millennials are leaving the church because they're tired of just gathering to gather. They want to gather for the purpose of actually doing something."
What can we do to overcome these and stem this tide?
Could there be similarities between the Nazis' German Christians in the 1930-40s and part of today's American church?
Some people haven't discovered God's will for their lives because they are afraid to. Are you one of them?
Your mindset, focus and attitude can have a tremendous impact on your pastor and your church. Here are 10 paradigms that can help propel your church to the next level.
Here are some negative paradigms that impact a church. Find out if you fall into them.
Too much of the church is sinking in the quagmire of apostasy. Here are key scriptural elements that should be found in genuine, Spirit-led prophetic ministry.
Since I first reported on the Munroes' death Sunday night, I've been thinking about my encounter with this man of God that changed my thinking on the kingdom.
Dr. Myles Munroe was killed on Sunday in a plane crash after his private jet struck a construction crane during its approach to the Grand Bahama International Airport.
The cause of the crash has not yet been determined though there had been heavy rain across the region, according to the Associated Press.
Is your church a box church or a kingdom-centered church?
A recently released study by the Barna Group and the Cornerstone Knowledge Network revealed some surprising results concerning what Millennials want from their churches.
Being honest, is there something in your life that you're putting above God?
Pastor Jack Graham has served Dallas' massive Prestonwood Baptist Church for 25 years, but his ministry is still dedicated to this key purpose.
All too often, being "relevant" can become the code word for compromise. Let us always be careful not to put relevance before obedience and not to water down the Word in order to avoid offense.
The true disciples of Jesus are losing the taste for the shallow and superficial. Bert Farias tells us what's missing.
Today's apostolic leadership shares many key traits with those of 2,000 years ago, and yet has some key differences. Here are the characteristics that matter most.