Church Succession: How to Lead Our Churches into a Healthy Future

Church Succession: How to Lead Our Churches into a Healthy Future

As pastors age, they can prepare so that the transition of leadership in their churches passes smoothly and their churches are set to stay on a healthy trajectory.


Church succession can be a sticky subject and sometimes involves a lot of awkward conversations. But it doesn’t have to. As pastors age, they can prepare so that the transition of leadership in their churches passes smoothly and their churches are set to stay on a healthy trajectory.

One-on-One with Matt Perman on ‘How to Get Unstuck’

One-on-One with Matt Perman on ‘How to Get Unstuck’

By doing our work more effectively for Christ’s sake, we participate with God in his work to renew all things.


One-on-One with Matt Perman on ‘How to Get Unstuck’

Ed: There are many books on productivity, but you write that your book “is about getting unstuck so that you can accomplish God’s purposes more effectively.” Why did you take this focus?

One-on-One with Lon Allison on Billy Graham and Cancer

One-on-One with Lon Allison on Billy Graham and Cancer

Together we can reach the world.


One-on-One with Lon Allison on Billy Graham and Cancer

Ed: Not too long ago you were diagnosed with an aggressive liver cancer and have been receiving treatment. How has this impacted your faith and the way you view God?

Abounding Love: My Life with Chronic Illness

Abounding Love: My Life with Chronic Illness

A decade of deep suffering has led me to ask a lot of hard questions.


I can recall hearing the words “chronic illness” being spoken from a stage twice in my lifetime. Once was during a worship service during my orientation to Wheaton College in 2016. The other was also at Wheaton College, this time from my own lips as I shared about my illness in chapel the following year.

The Importance of Volunteers in the Church

The Importance of Volunteers in the Church

To all volunteers, thank you for the ways you serve Christ and his church.


Most of us know how essential volunteers are to making sure our churches are as effective as they need to be. Churches need to develop an ethos of valuing volunteers, but in order for churches to thrive, they would do best to raise up volunteers who are leaders and choose leaders who have been volunteers.

The Legacy of Scripture in the Latino(a) Protestant Church in America

The Legacy of Scripture in the Latino(a) Protestant Church in America

“If we don’t tell our stories, then who will?”


Who Will Tell Our Stories?

When we don’t know the past, we tend to make assumptions that don’t historically line up with the facts. I’ve been guilty of this kind of thinking as it pertains to my heritage—the story of the Latino(a) Protestant church in the United States.

Moral Failings in the Church: How Can Women and Victims Respond?

Moral Failings in the Church: How Can Women and Victims Respond?

Be the change you want to see in the church.


One-on-One with Glenn Daman on ‘The Forgotten Church’

One-on-One with Glenn Daman on ‘The Forgotten Church’

The presence of the rural church is critical if the gospel is to make an impact in the community.


One-on-One with Glenn Daman on ‘The Forgotten Church’

Ed: How did you come to write The Forgotten Church?

Multiple Faces of India

Multiple Faces of India

If religious nationalism is at the heart of India’s social and political uprising, what then is core to the spiritual renewals taking place in so many places and among so many peoples?


Responding to Moral Failure in Church Leaders

Responding to Moral Failure in Church Leaders

Christians and church leaders must listen, address real issues, take action, and bring judgment.


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