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Despite his recent writings about the decline of the church, LifeWay's Thom Rainer says there's plenty of reason for hope.
Paul Daugherty turns 29 just days before he is to become senior pastor. Is his appointment the result of nepotism?
Without any fanfare, these five churches have hit on something big to bring people to Jesus.
Generally speaking, the typical contemporary local congregation has no vision beyond the care and concern for their own flock and adding to their membership. But is that how it was supposed to be?
No matter whether your pastor is just starting out in ministry or has been serving the church longer than you've been alive, there are unique temptations all along the road of lifetime ministry. Where are you?
A new video message from Billy Graham is in production and is set to release on Nov. 7, in honor of his 96th birthday.
What can we do right now to foster true community among our ministry staffs? These five ideas just might reconnect and recharge.
The Benham brothers, Jack Phillips, Phil Robertson, Mozilla—in the midst of these public confrontations, there is a 'behind the scenes' scenario playing out. Thousands are looking for a way out!
A renowned scholar and prolific writer, Horton continued to travel the world until age 92, visiting 25 countries as a lecturer. Read more about his impactful life.
Kids who meet Mark Wright learn everything he has to teach them about hunting and football. But most importantly, they hear about the everlasting love of Jesus Christ.
Wellspring International was established in 2004 with the intention to find and financially equip existing organizations that empower women and at-risk children around the world.
"What Would Jesus Brew?" is one of the t-shirts you might see floating around the "Theology on Tap" Bible study. But before you judge, realize it's one megachurch's way of reaching Colorado men where they are.
We constantly hear that our churches aren't progressive enough to keep up with the rapidly changing tastes of the new generation, but the data shows that it's the liberal churches that are bleeding to death.
Do you agree with this megachurch pastor's views on medical marijuana?
What is the difference between a good leader and a great leader? Here's how to make the distinction.
Why the American church has a "wiring" problem when it comes to engaging the culture with the gospel—and how you can help to fix that
It's long been believed that half of America's Christian marriages end in divorce. But when Harvard-trained researcher Shaunti Feldhahn tried to find the actual research to prove those points, she couldn't.
Church-growth specialist C. Peter Wagner evaluates where the apostolic/prophetic movement has been—and where it's going.
There has been a lot a talk about megachurches over the years, but what about the people who attend them?