Rev. Mary Whitehurst offers suggestions to ministers seeking to care for women with unplanned pregnancies who may be considering abortion.
04/06/2021 - By Rev. Mary Whitehurst
Early in his ministry, Zac Harrel wanted to be right. Now, focusing more on Jesus’ love frees him from the fear of being wrong.
03/30/2021 - By Zac Harrel
Paige Shellhorse defines complicated grief and suggests ways pastors and ministers can help those struggling with it.
03/24/2021 - By Paige Shellhorse
Erin Hill describes compound collective trauma and its effects and offers ministers four ways to help themselves and their congregations.
03/17/2021 - By Erin Albin Hill
The pandemic presents a rare opportunity for churches to move from status quo to taking needed risks to stay alive and thrive.
03/11/2021 - By Bill Wilson / Center for Healthy Churches
Nataly Mora shines light on seemingly small things churches can do to make big differences in people’s lives.
03/10/2021 - By Nataly Mora
Michael Chancellor, a licensed professional counselor in Round Rock, shares ways to reduce youth stress and suicide during the pandemic.
02/03/2021 - By Michael R. Chancellor
Rebecca Poe Hays, assistant professor of Christian Scriptures at Truett Theological Seminary, points to five ways the Psalms help during a pandemic.
02/01/2021 - By Rebecca Poe Hays / Truett Theological Seminary
01/27/2021 - By Rebecca Poe Hays / Truett Theological Seminary
Scott Aniol, associate professor of church music and worship at Southwestern Seminary, suggests five reasons for using a hymnal in worship planning.
01/19/2021 - By Scott Aniol / Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Scotty Swingler describes the similarity of political turmoil in Jesus’ day and in our own, calling pastors to eschew partisanshap.
01/13/2021 - By Scotty Swingler
Adam Jones offers perspective on how ministers can lead their congregations and ministries in pursuing racial justice.
01/06/2021 - By Adam Jones