Christians Should Be Motivated to Minister to Homeless PeopleBy Matthew Spandler-Davison | 08.14.2017
Homelessness is always a crisis. But merciful, compassionate, and loving Christians can’t only and always walk the other way.
Church Planting in the Same BuildingBy Matthew Spandler-Davison | 9Marks Journal: Church Mergers and Plants | 06.20.2017
Our church was getting full, and we knew we needed to do something. So, we planted a church . . . in the same building.
Brothers, We’re in This TogetherBy Matthew Spandler-Davison | 11.21.2016
A local association of churches is essential and critical to the health of pastors and their churches.
9Marks in MindanaoBy Matthew Spandler-Davison | 10.08.2014
It felt utterly inadequate to come all this way to present a workshop on expositional preaching, biblical leadership, and meaningful membership.
Planting Churches in Hard PlacesBy M. Dever, M. Spandler-Davison, M. McConnell | 05.02.2014
What does it take to plant churches among the urban poor? What role do women’s ministry and mercy ministry play?
Don’t Pull the Plug on Your Association YetBy Matthew Spandler-Davison | 9Marks Journal: Wanted: Apostolic Pastors | 05.08.2012
The local Baptist association is dead. Or at least on life support. This story of turning one around provides great reasons not to pull the plug just yet.