In this week's podcast Ed Stetzer discusses leadership and management in the church.
Grant Skeldon has advice for millennials and the people who mentor them in this week's podcast.
Hillsong global pastor Brian Houston talks about thinking big and recognizing the special talents and skills God has given you.
Pastor and author Jeff Vanderstelt warns there is a great potential for arrogance for mentors who simply provide information without taking the time to ask questions.
Worship leader Matt Redman talks about his early days in ministry and how worship has changed over the years.
Dave Ferguson talks about the exponential growth of the church when it practices multiplication in all areas, including leadership.
Pastor, professor and author Eric Bryant talks about reaching the unchurched in your area and how to best introduce them to spiritual issues.
Pastor and author Jo Saxton says place the broken pieces of our life in God’s hands, we can find a greater freedom to move into what he has for us.
Church marketing specialist Ryan Wakefield talks about the preparations that need to be made now for Easter Sunday and ways to make sure guests return after the holiday.
Nick Vujicic talks about evangelism, mentoring and balancing family life with ministry in this podcast.
Pastor and author Daniel Henderson talks about the impact of prayer on leadership.
Steve and Jackie Green talk about the challenges they faced in starting the Museum of the Bible.
Brett McCracken presents the truth that Christianity can be difficult, but the eternal rewards are worth the temporal discomfort.
Pastor Brian Zahnd talks about the importance of interpreting scripture through the lens of Jesus. He also says a priority in all of the Bible is the grace of Christ.
Daniel Fusco is a pastor, writer and musician. He came to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ in April of 1998 while he was in his last year at Rutgers University. Daniel's passion for the lost keeps him playing music and drinking coffee in and around Portland, OR where he is able to minister outside the four walls of his church, Crossroads Community.
In this episode he talks about succeeding a longtime pastor and what the transition taught him.
Josh and Sean McDowell have updated the classic, "Evidence that Demands a Verdict" for today's culture. The father-son team discuss new approaches to apologetics in a post-truth world.
Clay Scroggins knows what it means to be a really good number two (or three, or four...). In the ministry world, having the ability to lead well from behind the scenes is an invaluable skill.
John Eldredge's new book "All Things New" looks at what the lives of believers will be like when we reach Heaven. Eldredge says believers will be all that God intended for them to be.
Warren Bird is a primary researcher and writer for Leadership Network. In this episode, Warren talks about the number one thing he sees pastors neglect as they pursue church growth.
Alan Hirsch shares a blueprint found in Ephesians chapter 4 that delineates roles for church members and leaders alike. This blueprint could potentially revitalize your church and its ministries.
Pastor Glenn Packiam shares the value he's found in observing the rhythms of the Christian calendar—both personally and corporately with his congregation.
Lisa Bevere and her husband started Messenger International in 1990. Since that time, Lisa has written several best-selling books and learned a thing or two about leadership. Listen as she explains why she doesn't believe God loves us all equally and why this might actually help you lead without rival.
Eugene Cho founded a multi-ethnic, multi-generational church in Seattle with his wife. Through the sacrifice of an older church, Cho and his congregation were able to reach out to their neighborhood. In this episode, Cho articulates some important elements for pastors seeking to make a positive impact on their neighborhoods.
Scot McKnight has been helping university students reconcile their faith with the things they learn in biology class for many years now. He has also entered the discussion about evolutionary theory and what it might mean for our understanding of God and Scripture. Join us as he unpacks the things he's learned along the way.
Professor Wright invites you to look at the crucifixion with fresh eyes and eager anticipation as you “trust the God of surprises.”