In this final article in a series on the resurrection of Pres House, Elsdon encourages pastors to attend with care to the business of ministry, embracing the nitty-gritty details to ensure a well-oiled machine.
Mark Elsdon reminds leaders that our risk-adverse way of doing ministry is often the very thing that causes us to fail. In this third article in his four-part series, leaders are encouraged to trust God and take the necessary risks.
In this sermon, Charlene Han Powell, explores what it means for us to answer the question, “Who do you say that I am?” as Christians today. What do our answers to this question mean for us, for our young adults, and for the Church?
Pastors are tasked with proclaiming the gospel so that it is heard and lived. Is it possible to be heard in a culture full of digital noise? A successful preacher today is literate visually as well as in the written and spoken word.
Is Christianity a lived reality for our congregations? This interview, Keas Keasler, explores the adventure Christianity has been in his life, and the hope he finds in churches raising up Christ followers to be both spiritual and missional.
Many people have an unhealthy relationship with money. Beryl Jantzi talks about the power of financial education for emotional wellbeing, and how the Church is largely ignoring one of the most pervasive stressors in our lives.