4 Leadership Essentials For Church Revitalization
Wed Jul 23, 2014
by Mark Hallock
Resurgence Leadership #026: Leading Church Growth, Part 3
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Best Books: Unceasing Worship, by Harold Best
Mon Jul 21, 2014
by Mark Driscoll
Pastor Mark Interviews Pastor Dave, Part 2
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Resurgence Leadership #025: Leading Church Growth, Part 2
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Resurgence roundup, 5/10/13
Sail through the flood of information with our weekly Resurgence Roundups. Each Friday, we will share a list of articles across ministry tribes that our team has found helpful with the hope of serving you well.
“12 things to do after graduating,” by Matt Jenson
The Gospel Coalition
Are you getting ready to graduate from college? If so, do you have any plans after you graduate? Regardless if you do or not, here are 12 ideas to entertain after you get your diploma, everything from finding a bizarre job in another country, learning how to cook five meals, and exploring and examining your city, neighborhood, and heart.
“Husbands, a warning against bitterness,” by William Boekestein
Husbands often face the temptation of power, money, and sex, but there’s something else hidden underneath the surface of their masculinity that can be just as a destructive force in their marriage: bitterness. In this post, Boekestein lays out various expressions of bitterness and provides a diagnostic test for your heart and if bitterness is plaguing it.
“Dallas Willard, a man from another ‘Time Zone,’” by John Ortberg
Everybody across the spectrum, and in between, had nothing but praise for the life and work of the author Dallas Willard, who passed away this week. John Ortberg, pastor of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church, reflects upon Willard’s life and influence, both personal and global:
“Third use of the law? No, something better,” by Chaplain Mike
God’s law is multifaceted. On one hand, it restrains sin in society (Rom. 13:3–4). On the other hand, it is a mirror of God’s perfection and our sinful imperfection. Christians readily agree with this understanding of God’s law; however, there’s a debate over its use as a guide in the Christian life.
With this post, Chaplain Mike lays out a convincing argument why the law should not serve as a source of motivation in our life and why Jesus’ gospel should serve as the means of guidance and motivation in the Christian life.
The LifeWay Research Blog
So, what do you and your church love? Jesus? People? Potlucks? Comfort? Tradition? But if you and your church love the wrong thing, it will lead you to live for the wrong thing. Stetzer shares three things churches love that he says hurt their mission and hinder their call.