9 Dynamic Digital Resumes That Stand Out --... →
This is a very unusual post for me, but I think it portends what is coming. Resumes have continued to be one of those arenas which have changed very little with the digital/graphical age—mostly words, now often with fancier formatting and fonts. BUT, all that is going to change. Here are some examples—and an explanation.
Trends in Church Membership Growth or Decline:... →
Each year the National Council of Churches publishes a statistical yearbook of the membership trends of American & Canadian Churches. Here is the summary of findings from this year’s report which was just released.
What Egypt Means to All of Us -- Bob Roberts, Jr. →
We’re Having Trouble Making Our Case -- Rick... →
Another fine blog from Presbyterian pastor, Rick Carter. He underlines some critical issues for the church in N. America.
What it will take to pastor in America in the next... →
Here’s an interesting post if you are in seminary—or teaching at one.
Ed Stetzer - 7 Top Issues Planters Face -... →
Scripture, Translation, Contextualization and... →
An important concept in missiology is “contextualization” or how the gospel is to be translated in a particular cultural situation. Stetzer illustrates one of the issues involved.
Where Have All the Presbyterians Gone? - Russell... →
7 Issues Church Planters Face, Issue #7.... →
What is Courageous Leadership? -- Lee Hinson-Hasty →
Pastors I’m listening to in 2011 -- Steve Furtick →
Steven Furtick is pastor of Elevation Church in Charlotte, one of the fastest growing churches in America. He is a young, dynamic, savvy leader. I’m always interested in finding out who folks like this are listening to—and here he tells us. So, who are you listening to these days?
Ed Stetzer - 7 Top Issues Church Planters Face,... →
The Lord's Supper as Missional Community -... →
When we think of missional communities, we often talk about being “inwardly strong and outwardly focused”. The sacraments help to maintain both of these characteristics. Here’s a good, short piece on the Lord’s Supper.