Imagine living in first-century Corinth, Smyrna or Ephesus. You and your family are looking for a church and so you arrange for a family meeting. You discuss your options, your preferences, and embark on
When I was first training for ministry in the early 1990s, it was common for pastors to switch churches every few years. Most veteran pastors had served three, five, even ten churches in the
In today’s Christian culture, leadership has become a highly studied and thoroughly debated topic. More than ever, it seems, church leaders are turning to worldly ideologies and philosophies to determine strategies and define success.