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What are some current gaps in your ministry that you want to see filled? What are some new techniques you are implementing?
Company co-founder aims to 'speak life' into employees' lives.
When preaching, a pastor might have great theological content and understanding of culture, but will fall short in how it is heard.
If you've read Bill O'Reilly's book Killing Patton, do you agree with me that Patton's advice is patently wrong?
Here are some suggestions on how to find it.
Tulsa roofer Ricky Hanks encourages businessmen to listen to God's voice.
Is a refusal to engage culture in sermons biblical preaching?
Leaders serve without concern for self.
The following guidelines and principles should help with a God-ordained and directed adjustment in churches.
A former country singer spreads God's love with cupcakes.
Make sure that you are using this time wisely and begin to view it as a great time to connect with and minister to parents.
"Therefore they will eat of the fruit of their own way."
Keep in mind, most of the Lord's people want to learn to pray.
Insurance agent starts men's group to change hearts.
Pastors, do you have any others to share?
The Lord gifted us with the freedom to choose.
Most pastors and church leaders have never received formal training in relational skills.
This precision cleaning leader seeks to "mirror Christ" in his business.
What do you think of these nine approaches? What outreach approaches are you using in your church? Are they effective?
It's time for the dreams of your life that have been the casualties of failure and disappointment to rise up like an energized and lively fighting machine.
Flooring expert says thanks with far-reaching ministry.
Knowing that you need friends is only the beginning.
What are you doing today to make your life count?
A personal injury lawyer gets to the root of client issues.
Here are some benefits your church can gain from tweeting.
When we focus on winning, we can miss the Lord.
During this last days' divergence, we should do all that we can to ensure ourselves and our people are solidly on God's side.
This company's atmosphere leaves "open door for the Good News."
Sometimes you won't get a second chance.
Walk in the newness of the Spirit.
"Our job is to present a biblical worldview that will collide with and correct every other contradictory worldview held by people who are attempting to follow Jesus."
An "entrepreneurial builder" reaches listeners in more than 50 countries with its radio network.
Don't be afraid of conflict on a team. Good leaders learn to manage it for the eventual good of the team.
Following Jesus is not a walk in the park.
The trends are early. The demographics are breathtaking. And the signs are, to a large extent, hopeful.
Former pro athlete Todd Brown built his business with the intent to promote the gospel.
While it may not be practical, it is wise.
Learn to tell stories to improve your influence.
Allow God's fresh breath and His new vision to permeate every area of your life.
Churches across the country have seen success thanks to this new program.
A mother of four uses her construction company to minister the gospel.
Unless the body of Christ once again celebrates the ministry function of apostle, this tragedy will occur.
God wants you to love being who you are. You'll be a lot more successful for Him.
Today we honor a New Orleans car dealer who makes dreams come true in the post-Katrina world.
Here are five ways to see how culture has changed and how we might respond and lead our churches differently.
Taking initiative requires immediate action.
Remember Colossians 2:6-7.
This chemical compounding company gives out tracts, Bibles and other evangelistic material.
Most churches certainly couldn't do without them.