The recent downfall of another leader is a symptom of an underlying malady in American evangelicalism—the triumph of business standards over biblical ones.
Brain research indicates our efforts to make church comfortable may backfire.
Bad things happen when church leaders overstep their call to equip Christ’s people, and instead want a role reserved for God alone.
Do church leaders really love us, or do they want to use us? Plus, the gap between what’s preached and what’s heard.
Not everyone leaving the church is leaving the faith, and they’re not all leaving for the same reasons.
Too many churches & pastors crash because they’ve valued efficiency at the expense of redundancy.
My 9-year-old’s raw and unsolicited observations after attending worship at two very different churches.
Part 3: Megachurches, like huge ships, project an appearance of stability, but it is precisely this quality that make them vulnerable to disaster.
“Community is the place where the person you least want to live with always lives.”
PART 2: Mega cruise ships and megachurches are both seeking relevance, but at what price?