Kicking Church to the Curb?
By Brian Moss “Say Wally.” “Yeah, Beaver.” “Can I borrow your tie for church?” “Sure Beav. Just hurry it up
Rainer shares tips on church hospitality
By Joy Allmond NASHVILLE (BP) — Church members think of themselves as a welcoming bunch — but they tend to
10 resolutions for missions in the New Year
By Chuck Lawless RICHMOND, Va. (BP) — It’s a new year — a time when many of us make resolutions.
What Are We to Make of President Trump’s Transgender Ban for the Military
By Brian Sandifer President Trump is no stranger to controversy. This was true long before he became our nation’s 45th
GUEST POST: When the church gets it right
By Zachariah Seanor Have you ever felt burdened by the woes of the church? I know I have. It seems
When your pastor falls
By Joel Rainey SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va.–Recently, the elders of NewSpring Church, the 30,000 attendee, multi-site congregation in my home state, announced
A letter from Joel Rainey—saying goodbye, and sharing about future Evangelism & Mission Engagement ministries
By Joel Rainey Engagement Team Strategist, Evangelism & Mission Engagement Joel Rainey, tendered his resignation and will be taking the
3 ways leaders maximize their summer
By Brian Moss It’s summertime! Summer means so many different things to different people. For a leader, any TIME is
How to spark an invitational revolution
By Brian Moss Over the years I’ve had many frustrated pastors ask me, “How do you get your people to
YOUR BLOG: Discipleship and Religious Bullies
Posted by Larry Eubanks on Jan 23, 2014 in Blog Second in a series on discipleship in the church.  Click
“Dear Counselor” with CentrePointe Counseling, Inc. “How do I deal with a difficult church member?”
Dear Counselor, I have a church member who is requiring an inordinate amount of energy. It seems with her that
By Randy Millwood We hear it every time we go to a fast food restaurant. The patron in front of us has