The War for Glory

The gospel says something wonderful about us, but it primarily says something wonderful about God.

Which States Attend Religious Services Most?

Slightly more than half of Utah residents say they attend religious services every week, more than any other state in the U.S., according to a recent Gallup poll.

Child Poverty in the U.S.

In one of the wealthiest nations in the world, 1 in 5 kids live in poverty.

Leave Room for Grey

How do we make decisions in areas where there’s no explicit biblical command? Trip Lee describes the simple rule he tries to follow in these so-called “grey” areas.

How Can I Help You? The Right Attitude for Church Greeters

Those serving as greeters at church should always remember that making a lasting first impression always begins with meeting the needs of people.

Let Form Follow Faith

Before your church decides on a design for a new building or facility change, here are some questions and thoughts to keep in mind.

Who Owns a Pastor’s Sermon?

While pastors may assume the answer is clear-cut, many factors are at play in deciding who holds the copyright to a sermon.

Searching for a Savior: How Comic Book Movies Can Point to Christ

by Aaron Earls Superhero movies are leaping over the box office competition in a single bound these days. Four of the 10 highest-grossing movies in 2014 were based on comic books, and 2015 looks to be more of the same. One reason superhero movies have found a wide audience is because people are naturally intrigued […]

5 Questions to Assess Your Church’s Health

These five simple questions can give you a quick, initial diagnosis of the health of your church.