A look inside our fall issue of CT Pastors.
How "beloved community" helps us envision tangible ways to embody kingdom values.
It's about more than church discipline. It's about flourishing community.
Matthew D. Kim believes addressing pain is part of a preacher's calling.
They saw that their ability to truly be the church was at stake.
Unlike power-driven approaches, healthy Christian mentoring is characterized by generosity and trust.
Lessons from “How to Be a Poet.”
Perhaps God wants to reshape our view of authority.
What if the solution to painful criticism is to invite more feedback, not less?
There are plenty of challenges for small congregations, but they also bring unique strengths.
A look inside our spring CT Pastors issue.
So we called our missing sheep, and found four main reasons that suggest four actions.
But that doesn't have to mean broken relationships with others.
Even with recent divides in congregations, survey finds high levels of satisfaction among churchgoers.
Church leaders discuss the pros and cons.
The widow's mite story is about more than her sacrificial giving.
Why I left a promising boxing career behind after coming to Christ.
We need to think creatively about the role of giving in corporate worship.
As church leaders, we can model a balanced mindset about God's material blessings.
In Turkish-controlled northern Cyprus, another Andrew Brunson-style case is brewing.
Hope persists in the face of death, but it may not show up where you expect it.
Serving church leaders by offering spiritual wisdom and insight for faithfully proclaiming and effectively living the gospel.
As his study assistant, I saw how the steadfast suffering of careful thinking resulted in balanced biblical Christianity.
Full justice will come when Jesus returns. In the meantime, we fight for a â€œforetaste of glory divine.â€
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