Many Bible students miss the importance of Jesus’ solitude and silence. Every pastor, ministry leader, missionary, and caregiver — any disciple of Jesus! — needs to learn from Jesus’ example of intimacy with God. I don’t want to miss this! So I went back to the Gospel of Mark and did a Bible study on Jesus’ solitude and silence.
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What do you do with your anxieties in the coronavirus pandemic? How are you dealing with the fear of catching COVID-19?
These days, my ministry is focused on helping the church affirm and empower women in the context of our Kingdom work. To be specific, I have spent the last several years traveling the country (and now Zooming like crazy!) training and consulting with churches and organizations about how men and women can partner together more effectively in ministry
People don’t think they need God, but they know they need this.
Melanie Lachcik took a job as an executive assistant at a Christian nonprofit organization because she wanted to serve with kingdom impact.
Support Raising for ethnic minorities usually conjures up words like shame and honor. But no longer are these terms relegated to ethnic minorities.
One afternoon, I was coaching a small group as we did a team-building ropes course, and everyone (including me!) was frustrated.
Diverse church, diverse mission. If the Great Commission is a calling to bring redemption in Christ into the diversity of all nations, people groups, cultures, and languages, how do we hope to be effective from where we live, from where we’ve been formed, and from what we see and don’t see?
A looming global economic crisis caused by COVID-19 promises a likely outcome of reduced giving to missional causes. Traditional missions agencies face difficult choices: what is truly essential, what staff and pursuits are integral, and what activities need to be outsourced or discontinued. In the face of an uncertain financial future, agencies may be tempted to out-market one another in a scramble for the pieces of the funding pie that remain.
Feeling overwhelmed with weighing all the risks of a pandemic? We don’t have to depend on contemporary understanding alone.