The tension between service and evangelism goes back far in Christian history, but experts say it can be as simple as watching and waiting for the right moment to share. 

Published in Faith

Such as, “I felt too connected there. That church included me as an active part of ministry. I’d much rather be a project than a partner.”

Published in Columns

A Southern Baptist seminary president says churches are to blame when young people leave the fold to follow another faith tradition.

Published in Theology
Friday, 27 February 2015 06:30

All politics is local? Forget it.

All politics is global. And so is all of congregational life.

Published in Columns
Tuesday, 18 November 2014 10:57

Evangelism implosion

No single approach adequately embodies what churches need to live out the call to make disciples.

Published in Vital Signs
Tuesday, 11 November 2014 14:27

More Americans exploring, sharing faith online

A study finds that one in five Americans share their faith online, leading some to see the importance of churches having a robust digital presence, while others express caution.

Published in Culture

California pastor Rick Warren says too many churches want a quick ride to success, and Baptists who coach churches say they see the same tendencies.

Published in Congregations
Monday, 20 October 2014 15:25

What our languages are telling us

What is the language reach of your congregation?

Published in Trending

An emphasis on apologetics may help Christians transform culture, but some Baptists insist a faithful life can be just as important as words in demonstrating the beauty of Christianity. 

Published in Culture

Globalization, the Internet and terrorism have awakened many American Christians to the history and contributions of Eastern forms of the faith, experts say.

Published in Theology
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