Todd explains Napoleon’s thirds: those who almost always welcome change, those who oppose change, and those who wait to see who the winner will be.
Thabiti shares about something many pastors neglect in their “biblical” job description. And it’s not what you may think it might be.
Aaron—a fellow introvert—reflects on my post about church “stand and greet” times.
I was recently talking with a potential church planter about dangers and opportunities when it comes to church planting. The items listed in this article by Tim are a good start.
How we say something matters as much as what we say in many instances. The same applies when it comes to social media.
I’ve talked and written about church membership over the past couple of years. But while I’ve listed several reasons as to why people should join churches, here are some really bad reasons to do so.