Eighteen tips on how to get your congregation singing.
The most beautiful instrument in any Christian service is the sound of the congregation singing.
There are two paths for people to take in the midst of trials. They can take the path of self-reliance or the path of trusting in God.
Evangelism is both an individual and a team sport. But it’s the latter we tend to neglect. Here are theological and practical steps toward a remedy.
If you think the regulative principle is overly prescriptive, think of it like jazz: a little bit of structure makes room for a whole lot of improv.
Pragmatism and authoritarianism are opposite errors in a philosophy of ministry. But what’s striking is what they have in common.
No, most churches don’t cooperate in church discipline. Yes, they probably should. And imagine what would happen to Christian nominalism if they did.
Local churches have the same Christ, same confession, and same commission. Here are ten practical implications of these connections.