A new member class should communicate three simple keys about your church: information, doctrine, and expectations. Information and doctrine can vary from church to church depending on your size, model, and denomination, but these seven expectations fit almost every church.
Chris, an introvert like me, shares how he has learned to adapt and overcome to share his message with wider audiences.
Schools and colleges are starting up around the country. In fact, I was in North Carolina earlier this week leading a seminary faculty workshop as they prepared to start classes. Melissa provides some encouragement for seminary wives as the fall semester kicks off.
Since Ron came into the pastorate later in life, his perspective is different than most and something we can learn from. In this post, he shares seven things that have surprised him since he has become a pastor.
Conducting a funeral for someone you don’t know is one of the hardest things a pastor does. Brian has some practical advice for how to handle such a difficult situation.
Does Your Church Need to Go to the Next Level? Is Your Church Sick or Dying?
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