Motherhood is Missional

Motherhood is Missional

Motherhood is discipleship, and it's part of the mission.


“Children tie the mother’s feet.” That is an old Tamil proverb that means children keep mothers from doing what they want to do. I can sympathize with the feet-tied feeling when my four kids join forces to do away with the interruption-free moments that I envision for myself.

Remembering Spiritual Disciplines

Remembering Spiritual Disciplines

Authors David Mathis and Philip Nation discuss a vital subject.


Ed Stetzer: What prompted you to write on this subject?

Amplifying Evangelism—Using Your Existing Ministries to Bless Your Community with the Gospel

Amplifying Evangelism—Using Your Existing Ministries to Bless Your Community with the Gospel

You don't have to reinvent the wheel to reach your community.


Churches, by nature, are selfish. Because the church is made up of people, and people are fundamentally self-serving, the church ends up expending much of its time, money, and energy on those who are already part of the family of God.

Four Things Christian Leaders Can Learn from Ted Cruz’s Interpersonal Failures

Four Things Christian Leaders Can Learn from Ted Cruz’s Interpersonal Failures

Burning bridges will cost you in the long run.


Ted Cruz seems to be an effective politician and GOP leader. Many consider him brilliant—“off the chart brilliant,” according to Alan Dershowitz.

Saturday is for Seminars—The National Conference on Preaching, the Struggle is Real, and Amplify

Saturday is for Seminars—The National Conference on Preaching, the Struggle is Real, and Amplify

Don't miss these two important gatherings.


Art and the Ultimate Investor: An Interview with Propaganda

Art and the Ultimate Investor: An Interview with Propaganda

Art is a return on God's investment in us.


Ed Stetzer: You are a spoken word artist. Could you explain a little of what that is?

Propaganda: Spoken word is essentially performance-based poetry. It’s like Shakespeare, but done in a way that’s birthed out of hip-hop culture.

Weekend Edition—May 6, 2016

Weekend Edition—May 6, 2016

Speaking for the vulnerable, China, church signs, and more!


#FearIsNotOurPolicy, Refugees, and Speaking for the Vulnerable—Alan Cross

Threats to religious liberty take many forms; they aren’t always overt.

Taking Aim at Worship

Taking Aim at Worship

Why we need to re-orient our worship.


What we call something or someone matters. Calling your wife, “old lady” may not produce the same effect as “darling.” Referring to your boss as “bro” or “home-girl” may be the start of a beautiful friendship—or a new job search. Terms can change everything.

How Many Evangelicals? An Interview with Brian Stiller

How Many Evangelicals? An Interview with Brian Stiller

Getting a handle on the global number of Evangelicals


Ed Stetzer: Brian, why did you think it important to produce Evangelicals Around the World?

Brian Stiller: I was browsing in a bookstore and saw Evangelicals for Dummies. In flipping through the pages I was impressed with their accuracy, but all they wrote about was the United States.

Some Thoughts on Mass Evangelism

Some Thoughts on Mass Evangelism

How do we spread the gospel today?


To many, there was a time when evangelism was primarily defined by traveling evangelists speaking at mass gatherings. Yet, that is changing now and it is no secret that mass evangelism is in decline in the West.

More on that in a moment…

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