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What Every Sending Church Needs to Know

What Every Sending Church Needs to Know

Kelley Housley
Last month, my husband and I watched through tear-clouded eyes as two of our U.S. church elders and one of their wives boarded the Air Niugini flight headed... Read More
Rooting Discipleship in the Grace of God

Rooting Discipleship in the Grace of God

Dylan Blaine
“Disciples who make disciples.” ... Read More
Should We Imitate the Early Church?

Should We Imitate the Early Church?

David Burnette
“I wish we could just get back to the early church.” ... Read More
Discipleship Doesnât End with Evangelism

Discipleship Doesn’t End with Evangelism

Dylan Blaine
I serve on the decision team at my church. On Sunday mornings, during the last song, I put on a lanyard and stand at the front of the sanctuary while the pastor... Read More
How to Spot a Deacon

How to Spot a Deacon

Aaron Menikoff
Every church needs deacons. Behind every body of elders are deacons “full of the Spirit and of wisdom” (Acts 6:4). These deacons faithfully meet the... Read More
The Necessary First Step in Making Disciples

The Necessary First Step in Making Disciples

Dylan Blaine
In college, three good friends of mine were Indian nationals. They lived together––a Hindu, a Sikh, and a Muslim. I would visit their home and we would eat... Read More
The Movements of the Peoples and the Sovereignty of God (Video)

The Movements of the Peoples and the Sovereignty of God (Video)

[Video with David Platt]
Here's a quick rundown of the video you're seeing from Fast Company: ... Read More
Why We Don't Commit to the Church

Why We Don't Commit to the Church

David Platt
I am increasingly convinced that the “me-centeredness” that is so prevalent in our church culture is in large part due to a deficient understanding of the... Read More
Why Our Church Said 'No' to Some Really Good Things

Why Our Church Said 'No' to Some Really Good Things

Paul Alexander
Everyone seems to think their own issue is perfect for the local church to support and advance. Unfortunately, that assumption assumes that the church’s... Read More
Can I View My Small Group as My Church?

Can I View My Small Group as My Church?

Sam Allbery
Many churches run some kind of small group ministry. Groups of varying size (typically ten or so believers) tend to be one of the best contexts for discussion... Read More

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