Christians are well known for being anti-sin. But here are 4 common sins most of us tend to be oddly okay with.
Sexual abuse is far more common in the Church than we want to acknowledge. Here are 3 things Christians must do for sexual abuse survivors.
Not all toxic churches are created equal. Here are 4 kinds of toxic churches and how to avoid becoming one.
It's often those who are closest to us that hurt us the worst. And that can certainly be the case with church hurt. Here are 4 ways to work toward healing.
Recently, there's been a lot of public discourse about freedom in America. But what is the biblical perspective on personal freedom? Here are 3 truths.
Any conversation about white privilege can be a contentious one. But for the sake of believers of all colors in our churches, it's one we need to have.
Just about every Christian would and really should agree that we’re called to be servants. Most of us would even self-identify as servants. After all, Jesus came to serve rather than to be served. The idea of servanthood is noble and we view it as a sign that we’ve reached maturity as a believer.And it’s true … Continue reading 3 Signs You Aren’t Actually Serving When You Serve At Church
The longer I’ve been in ministry and studied ministry the more I’ve realized that just about every hot button conflict seems to boil down to one large issue. From conflicts of music style, to teaching style, and even decorations, the heart of the problem seems to lie within the disagreement of generational preferences.Should we throw … Continue reading 4 Ways Believers Can Bridge The Generational Divide In Church
Holy Week is an incredibly important week on the Christian calendar. It’s the week when we celebrate the most central events and truths of our faith. This week, we celebrate the last week of Jesus’ earthly ministry: his entrance into Jerusalem, the last supper, his betrayal, death, and resurrection. This Friday, your church may have … Continue reading 4 Reasons Why Good Friday Service Should Not Be A Funeral For Jesus
When I was young, my family was invited to church by a close friend. It soon became the church we regularly went to. There was no deep discussion that I can remember about whether or not the denomination was right for us. The questions we had were whether or not we were welcomed and could … Continue reading How To Know If Your Denomination Is The Right One