Church members sometimes wonder if they should just leave evangelism to the “professionals.” Here is a quick guide for pastors to know how to answer them.
Zane Pratt discusses the strange dynamics of cross-cultural missions in a Facebook world.
Business as missions is an old idea that’s opening new doors in international missions.
This book is instructive, encouraging, and convicting. I am happy to recommend it.
How pushy should we be in our evangelism? Do we have to earn the right to share the gospel? Mack Stiles and a few friends share their wisdom.
Here are six ways that treating evangelism as a necessary part of discipleship helps to grow mature disciples.
It’s easy (and biblical) to insist that Christians should “do something about the poor.” But how can we sort out whom we should help, and how much?
Here’s how the Summit Church learned to love their neighbors, and what that did for their witness to their community.
This is the story of one urban church’s efforts to serve its community through both mercy and pointing to the source of mercy.
If you want your church to help poor people, decide how you are going to help, find people to serve, and tell them about Jesus as you do.
How can you talk to someone with whom you seem to have nothing in common? By seeing their life and yours through the lens of the Bible’s grand narrative.
Theological nuance is important, but it should never mask disobedience.
Churches know they are responsible for word ministry. But are they responsible for deed ministry? How do word and deed ministry relate?
Here are five ways mercy ministry serves and supports a church’s gospel proclamation.