There are a number of great seminaries in the United States that serve the global church by preparing young people for all sorts of gospel ministry. At the same time, there are some things young ministry leaders need to do on their own—things that a seminary simply isn’t responsible for. Here’s Nick Batzig on five ways to prepare for challenges in ministry.
It’s the Christmas season, and all sorts of church Christmas events are going on. At Verge Network, Chris Allman shares four ways you can serve this Christmas that help all year long.
Hiring new people to a team, organization, or church staff can be an exciting, but tedious, process. At the same time, firing people from a workplace can be difficult and is too often drawn out longer than necessary. Here’s Brad Lomenick on hiring new people.
Local churches come in all shapes, sizes, and styles. Tony Morgan, a friend of mine, shares 20 politically incorrect thoughts about the American church that are sure to offend churches of all types. Nonetheless, his words are helpful.
How the unchurched community views a pastor has a significant effect on how the unchurched community views the local church as a whole. Carey Nieuwhof has some helpful thoughts on that this week.
All of us develop habits. Some habits are good, some are bad. Helpful words from my friend Robby Gallaty on habits.