Cody McCommas, executive pastor of Christ Community Church of Denton, shares practical ways churches can care for children needing families.
10/28/2020 - By Cody McCommas
Lacey Fitch-Ondracek shares her story of recovery and how churches and others can walk alongside people through the process of recovery.
Ryan Jespersen, director of denominational relations at Dallas Baptist University, offers encouragement to church leaders feeling strained by the COVID.
10/07/2020 - By Ryan Jespersen
In a follow-up webinar, Cmdr. Bruce Crouterfield—a Navy command chaplain—outlines grace-based leadership and the skill of listening.
09/22/2020 - By Eric Black / Editor
Scott Jones, the pastor of First Baptist Church in Rockport whose building was damaged in Hurricane Harvey, offers tips for helping after a hurricane.
08/27/2020 - By Scott Jones
Dalese Black, with a lifetime in ministry, reminds ministers to be mindful of their limitations and to engage in self-examination for their own well-being.
07/29/2020 - By Dalese Black
Pastors and leaders need to know themselves and face their fears, basing their identity on the solid ground of God’s grace rather than their performance.
07/23/2020 - By Eric Black / Editor
The more connected ministers are to local resources and community coalitions, the more support reaches the most vulnerable people in our communities.
07/01/2020 - By Rachel Gillespie
In response to the exhaustion that comes with grief layered on grief, Jayne Hugo Davis offers the practice of contemplative prayer.
06/17/2020 - By Jayne Hugo Davis / Center for Healthy Churches
Steve Bezner gives reasons why pastors are burning out or quitting ministry and ways they and their churches can prevent these outcomes. This is a two-part series.
06/15/2020 - By Steve Bezner
Steve Bezner provides insight into reasons for increasing numbers of pastors taking their own lives, burning out or quitting ministry. This is a two-part series.
06/10/2020 - By Steve Bezner
Focus on form over function has stifled once-booming businesses, but some have remembered their function and adapted to a new day.
05/27/2020 - By Jesse Joyner