Let me drop a truth bomb on you, “Made In His Image” comes in many different shapes and styles. What does this mean? It means you don’t have to look like everyone else who calls themselves a Christian. God made you unique, so embrace the heck out of it.
The intention of Jesus’ church was to spread The Gospel, unify a community of people to do life with one another, share each other’s burdens, and be there for one another in times of need, but I often wonder if the ascetic and atmosphere of the American church reflects something quite different.
Today I walked into another home. Not just any home, but a home in the rural hills of Armenia. The house was full of dust, and the cracks in the walls screamed for care and attention. Although the floor was full of dirt and rubble, the glow on the faces of those who lived in…
In student ministry, Jesus and pizza go together like peanut butter and jelly. The era of “youth ministry” is slowly fading, and the era of discipleship making needs to make its voice heard.
It’s nothing new that we live in a consumeristic, media-driven, fast-paced society that likes to have the newest, biggest, and coolest the moment it’s available. We’re always looking to obtain the next big thing, and I cannot help but wonder if we are doing this very thing in the way we view Christianity, the church…
No church is perfect, but there are some biblical blueprints that dictate whether or not a church is fulfilling its God-given mission as the bride of Christ.
1. It’s getting too big. When any church is faithful in their strive to fulfill “The Great Commission,” you can’t help but expect lives to be changed, and church growth to inevitably take place. To leave a church based off growth, is to simply deny an opportunity to praise God’s hand upon it. This isn’t to…
When I say The Church, I really mean us, the individuals who are called to raise, equip, and empower the next generation of Christ followers. It’s our duty to raise up new leaders, equip them with the right tools, and empower them to lead where they are called.
1. Why create a Facebook Page? Facebook is such an incredible tool for any church that is looking to expand its reach, as well as create another landing page that is associated with its website. With over 500 million users, it would be foolish not to use this free platform.
The internet is something we all use and enjoy, but are we using it too much, or not enough at all? I hear so many people rebel against social websites because they claim, “It distracts them from God” or, “It’s just too worldly.”