Jesus often answered questions with questions. Maybe we should do the same.
Three things pastors can do to avoid emotional, spiritual, relational, and physical burnout.
Megachurches are just as busted and fumbling as the rest of us — it’s why I love them.
Pastors should follow these practices before making any hasty decisions.
“Do you feel called to this church?” is the wrong question to ask. Try these instead.
Christian leaders must learn to use — but not abuse — their power.
After my mom’s affair with a pastor, I left home to live on the streets. I was eight years old.
How I evolved from being ignorant of my white identity to using it to extend the kingdom of God.
It is time for the church to question form while remaining true to function.
If we as leaders don’t set our congregations straight now, they’ll be blindsided later.
Having a Christian wedding? Attending one? Expect these 10 must-haves.
Five ways to honor church history and foster the creativity of younger generations.
Don’t shop around for a church based on style, but don’t stay at one lacking substance.
As evangelicals, we need to reclaim the Great Commandment and Great Commission.
A Q&A with Trip Lee on pastoring, porn, and John Piper.
Free counseling, a theologian on call, and other great things about having a pastor dad.
What one “accidental” TV pastor has learned about the reality of TV evangelism world.
Don’t add to your pastor’s surplus of Christian bookstore paraphernalia — try these gifts instead.
The U.S. government’s special tax benefit for pastors is promoting inequality among clergy.