Angela Gorrell, assistant professor of practical theology at Truett Seminary, provides a free guide to creating participatory worship services as churches go online.
By Angela Gorrell / Baylor University
Scott Jones, the pastor of First Baptist Church in Rockport, shares what he learned from enduring Hurricane Harvey that is helping him lead through the coronavirus pandemic.
By Scott Jones
Are you scurrying to take your worship service online and looking for counsel on how to preach for video recordings? Here’s advice from a professor of preaching.
By Stephen Rummage
To finish the ministry marathon, a person needs to look, not only inward and outward, but also ahead and, counter-intuitively, up.
By Jim Lemons
Ministers who want to be good for the long haul need to look around, giving attention to friendships, colleagues and their families.
Humility releases anxiety. Matt Cook, assistant director of the Center for Healthy Churches, continues his series on traits of thriving congregations.
By Matt Cook / Center for Healthy Churches
Ministers who want to be good for the long haul need to look inward, giving attention to their spiritual and physical selves.
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.
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