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.
In the first part of this post, I discussed my suspicion that we have confused the church (the community of
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Mike Foster thinks we should stop calling ourselves “Pastor.” In a tweet last summer he wrote: “If I don’t make
Many people I know have an impression of Christianity based largely upon what they see while surfing the television—an impression that
The following article was published in the Spring 2009 issue of Leadership Journal. I wrote the piece with Brandon O’Brien.