‘Each next risk is the biggest one’: James MacDonald talks with Mark Driscoll
Wed May 22, 2013
by Mark Driscoll
Tue May 21, 2013
by Amanda Edmondson
From prison to ReTrain: Russell’s story
Mon May 20, 2013
9 types of leaders in Scripture
Mon May 20, 2013
by Justin Holcomb
5 bits of wisdom for the professional Christian woman
Sun May 19, 2013
by Shandel Slaten
Resurgence roundup, 2/8/13
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We at Resurgence would like to help you wade through this flood of information by providing you Resurgence Roundups.
Each Friday, we will share a list of good articles across different sites and ministry tribes that our team has found helpful with the hope of serving you well.
“15 signs your church is in trouble,” by Perry Noble
Why not share this list as a discussion-starter during your next leadership meeting?
13. The church simply does not care about the obvious and immediate needs that exist in the community.
“60 reasons Jesus is better than I think,” by Dane Ortlund
33. Jesus never misunderstands me. Never interrupts me. Never misjudges my motives.
“Today’s challenge: Culture change,” by Mike Miller
2. Affirm the best of the past. . . . Everything about the existing culture is not bad. By highlighting the positives, you show honor to the people and the system you are about to change.
“Advice for parenting young kids,” by Steve McCoy
There’s a lot of parenting advice out there. Some is great. Much of it is lacking. Some is downright harmful . . . In this post, McCoy shares the advice that not enough folks are talking about.
Teach your kids to sing. Music has always filled our house, and we aren't musicians or singers by any artistic standard. But singing is a part of worship and so we make it a part of life. Doesn't mean it's always worship music. Hardly. But we are singing. It's common to be working in my home office and have a child start belting out a song at the top of their lungs upstairs. It teaches them to be loud in public worship singing too.