Category: ministry

Not in Vain!

Now I would remind you, brothers and sisters, of the good news that I proclaimed to you, which you in turn received, in which also you stand, through which also you are being saved, if you hold firmly to the message that I proclaimed to you —unless you have come to believe in vain. For […]

Two New Books Arriving!

Office and review copies of The Church Under the Cross (William Powell Tuck) and Will You Join the Cause of Global Missions? (David Alan Black) are arriving today. Bloggers, request your review copies. These books are already in stock at Amazon.com (Church, Missions), B&N (Church, Missions), and Energion Direct (Church, Missions).

Quote and Question of the Year

From Dave Black*: New Testament Christianity is not reserved only for super saints who are doing all the “right” things church-wise. It is for every believer, whatever your church structure, whatever your location or occupation, whatever your circumstances in life. Jesus wants to live His life through us in the world. The only question is: […]

Youth Ministry NOT Working

D. Kevin Brown maintains that youth ministry today isn’t working. He’s taking his information largely from the Southern Baptist Convention, but I see little difference in the success in the United Methodist Church. He’s written a book, and Energion published it: Rite of Passage for the Home and Church. He’s calling on us all to […]

Missions and Priorities

D. Kevin Brown, author of forthcoming Energion title Rite of Passage, asks about our priorities in church spending and action: Last year in the association in which the church I pastor is a member, there was reported 200 people baptized with total receipts of almost $8 million. Do you know what that tells me? That […]

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