Links for your weekend reading:
If you’re a disciple of Jesus, God has a wonderful plan for your life. Just like He did for Jesus’ original disciples…
If we start seeing discipleship as an art, where spiritual conversations are regularly practiced and personalized, we might start seeing some radical kingdom growth.
Over the years, I’ve used a number of plans but inevitably there were aspects to each I found cumbersome or less than ideal. So, two years ago I combined my two favorite readings plans to leverage the benefits of each – M’Cheyne Bible Reading plan and the Navigator Bible Reading plan.
From now on, let’s check the primary source before repeating what somebody else said about it.
After listening to thousands of sermons and preaching quite a few myself, I have learned 8 different ways that pastors lose people in their sermons.
There’s nothing wrong with professionalism and quality in church music. The problem isn’t the rock band, or the lights, or the smoke machine. The key is familiarity. People enjoy singing songs they know.
Here are ten diseases I see as I consult with unhealthy churches around the country…
Here are a few of the ideas that I’ve been dwelling on to help me lead better.
The latest edition of the 200 most-read ministry blogs is out.