The Church, more than any entity, understands the ache of singleness, the longing for Christ’s return. As such, it should be a place for singles to serve and be served.
In the first-century church, the leadership and the people were devoted to prayer, and God worked through them to change their world.
The summer months offer churches increased flexibility and different opportunities to reach their community. Diana Davis offers 13 ideas your church can use to take advantage of the break from school and warmer weather.
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.
Those serving as greeters at church should always remember that making a lasting first impression always begins with meeting the needs of people.
It’s possible to reach, keep, and disciple families with special needs children, but it takes work and being intentional about serving and loving them.
According to a 2007 study by LifeWay Research, 70 percent of young adults stopped attending church for at least a year between ages 18 to 22. Here are some ways to keep them involved.
How can you best capitalize on the opportunities presented at the end of the year and increase giving now and into the future?
By Sean Fowlds Having served in the local church the past two decades, one of the first things my wife and I did after our recent move was eagerly hunt for a new church home. To our surprise and disappointment, we’ve experienced a rather lukewarm reception at the churches we’ve visited. But our experience as […]