In his post earlier this week, Chuck Lawless touched on what the content of your bulletin says about who you are as a church. These tips from Rich Birch will help you better define what your bulletin should and should not contain.
I’m so thankful for Ron’s heart for pastors. I’m also thankful for his contributions—like this article—to Pastors Today, our new blog specifically written for pastors.
Discipleship groups, regardless of their official label in a local church, are essential to the life of a church. Healthy churches have healthy groups. And healthy groups don’t fall victim to the myths Philip lists.
Tim shares the overwhelming—and the disheartening—reality found in today’s youth sports culture: coaches often make disciples of sports more effectively than churches make disciples of Christ.
As Eric shows in this post, there is a fine line between delegating work as a leader and dumping your work on others.
I’ve said it numerous times in the past few months, but churches and pastors who are not on social media are like missionaries who refuse to learn the language of the people to which they are ministering. Justin provides a helpful roadmap for churches looking to better engage their community online.