Tired of the same old icebreakers? Are you using the same 3 interesting facts about yourself at every gathering? Here are some sample icebreakers to kick start your thinking.
Here’s advice from an expert on how not to burn out your retreat speaker.
How do you know when a ministry is working? Numbers do not always reflect an accurate picture. These questions will help.
Can God use less-than-perfect believers without also perfecting them at the same time? Do their failures negate the good examples of Abraham and David? Apparently not.
Failed CEOs shared these 7 habits. What about leaders in the church?
Putting servant leadership into practice: thoughts on leading from moral authority rather than hierarchy.
Martha chose to serve physical food while Mary chose to receive spiritual food. Mary chose wisely. When Jesus comes to town, all of us should drop everything to listen.
To compare roles is to count paper clips. Neither is a valid measure of our worth.
Though he is uncelebrated by history, without Barnabas — you could argue — there would have been no Apostle Paul, no John Mark and no Gospel of Mark.
I blog frequently on tips and tools for improving your Bible study skills, but what about discernment when listening to others?
Is “youth focused Christianity may be sidelining the gifts of older women”? In a sea of artful hipsters, older women feel invisible and overlooked.
When Larry Alex Taunton of Fixed Point Foundation explored why many American college students are atheists, a “composite sketch” emerged — which I found I agreed with.
A conference I attended gave each participant this simple and heartwarming “Conference Survival kit” which contained the following items and Scripture.
Take this highly unscientific quiz to diagnose your discouragement style—then find out what to do about it. Do you match Elijah, Moses, John the Baptist, or Gideon?
“The female part of every congregation have an influence which cannot be defined nor resisted. For the most part, this influence is as just in its award, as it is sovereign in its sway.”