Writer and church coach says the term ‘post-everything’ sums up the variety of challenges facing the church today, from post-modernity to post-Christianity to post-denominationalism.

Published in Culture

Baptist leaders say the historic, western style of short-term mission trips were more about self-fulfiment rather than transforming the lives of impoverished people. They are calling for more thoughtful, missional approaches where the goal is to participate in God’s transformative action around the world.

Published in Ministry

While not as ‘glamorous’ as reaching out to Millennials, attracting Boomers can revitalize the mission and ministries of churches, congregational coaches say.

Published in Congregations
Wednesday, 22 July 2015 06:05

Looking for new ways to measure ministry?

You’ll need a clear mission statement and your church will need to know what that is.

Published in Columns

Churches in Anderson, S.C., learn firsthand that it takes commitment and faith to believe something greater lies beyond hardship.

Published in Congregations

Some Baptist leaders are concerned that Christians and churches no longer collaborate on missions and other volunteer projects as they did in the past.

Published in Missions

What lessons might American Christians learn from this burgeoning cultural phenomenon?

Published in Columns

Kim and Marc Wyatt are showing congregations how to engage the world in their own communities.

Published in People

A ministry of First Baptist Church in Chattanooga, Tenn., to the downtown homeless community was launched by young voices who ascertained a need for this unmet service in the city.

Published in Congregations

Musician members of All Souls Charlottesville offer eclectic music styles on an album that ministers describe as a way to engage the church community and its neighbors.

Published in Congregations
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