Ministers who want to be good for the long haul need to look inward, giving attention to their spiritual and physical selves.
By Jim Lemons / Dallas Baptist University
Do you feel hard-pressed, as though you’re running uphill all the way under a hot sun? This is the first in a series by Jim Lemons, who offers a refreshing perspective for those in ministry.
The Harriers had a great marriage until depression changed things. Rodney Harrier shares their story and encourages others enduring the same struggle.
By Rodney Harrier
Despite discouraging news about the American church, not all is lost. There is hope. Matt Cook, assistant director of the Center for Healthy Churches, points the way.
By Matt Cook / Center for Healthy Churches
The holidays often accentuate grief. The church can walk with those who grieve during the holidays and be part of the healing process.
By Julia Wallace
Ross Shelton, the pastor of First Baptist Church in Brenham, offers guidance for developing a statement of faith for a church or denomination. This is Part 2 of a two-part series.
By Ross Shelton
Scientists and the tech industry are learning how important interdependent partnerships are for advancing their fields. The Christian church has known this for a long time … and still needs partnerships.
Ross Shelton, the pastor of First Baptist Church in Brenham, offers guidance for developing a statement of faith for a church or denomination. This is Part 1 of a two-part series.
Bill Wilson, director of the Center for Healthy Churches, offers guidance to church leaders navigating threatening waters.
By Bill Wilson / Center for Healthy Churches
Una de las cosas más básicas que los padres pueden hacer para prevenir el abuso sexual es hablar con los niños sobre el sexo.
By Scott Floyd
La seguridad de la iglesia es una cuestión de discipulado y mayordomía. Como discípulos de Cristo, nuestra máxima seguridad no está en este mundo sino en Cristo.
By Eric Black / Editor
You’ve attended church. Now what? What comes after worship? Wade Berry provides three lenses for readying ourselves to serve as an outworking of our worship.
By Wade Berry / B.H. Carroll Theological Institute