Is it more important that we count people in the pews and dollars in the plate, or the amount of hate that churches combat?
When a megachurch pastor picks on small churches, he had better be ready for the mirror to turn on him.
Are you at the Peak or are you in the Shadow of the Mountain?
Malcolm Gladwell’s podcast yields yet another parallel to church structure and processes.
What the Church can learn–and better appreciate–from the West’s struggle to rebuild Christianity after severe losses.
One pundit’s take on how Hillary Clinton won the Democratic primary yields a fascinating parallel to the Church.
In the None Zone, investing in people instead of programs may unlock answers to the vexing questions about Christianity.
When we lift up the growing churches in our denomination, what are we actually celebrating?
For all the church people fretting about the Nones and the Dones, real transformation can come when churches focus on the Ones.
There’s one conversation with new visitors that I’ve made a habit of having in the None Zone that I never did in the Bible Belt.