Pastors are called to shepherd the flock of God. But when shepherds forget they are also sheep, they risk destroying their ministries and congregations.
There are precious lessons from the Chinese Evangelical community that we shouldn't leave behind. Here are some reflections on a major Chinese missions conference and prayer points for the American Chinese church.
Was it just me or was a big question largely left unanswered? Here are a few of my (very late) reflections on T4G's "The Future of the Asian American Church" gathering along with a gentle push for further reflection.
What does it mean to be a Christian woman? Amiee Byrd's latest book addresses this important topic and offers us her wisdom on the value of women in the church.
Neo-Evangelicalism was originally intended to combat religious liberalism. In doing so, she might now be overly characterized by fear.
Before we can enter into meaningful discussions about race we must be realistic about the people having those conversations.
What are some practical ways song leaders can best craft worship services that teach the mind and minister to the heart?
Is there a way forward for worship music? Thankfully, many artists have provided congregations with theologically powerful songs to sing in worship.
What makes a song poisonous? A second look at the songs we sing in worship.
If the content of the songs we sing in worship matters, shouldn't we expect more from the songwriters serving the church?