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Reclaim the Sacred from the Secular

In our world today, many once sacred things have become so secularized that they have almost entirely lost their original meaning. Though Christmas and Easter certainly come to mind with such a topic, so does Saint Patrick’s Day. Though...Show More Summary

Sharefaith’s Annual Easter Sale! Save Up To 25%

Sharefaith’s annual Easter sale is here! Save up to 25% off your annual membership, when you Join New, Renew, or Upgrade! Sharefaith has been the go to resource for over 120,000 churches for the last 14 years providing incredible outreach...Show More Summary

Jesus’ Death: Why Did Jesus Have to Die?

Why did Jesus have to die? It might seem like an obvious question, especially among church professionals, but perhaps it’s not. Think about it. Why did the deity of the entire universe have to come and suffer in the hands of his creatures...Show More Summary

Your Church Online: Who’s Looking You Up?

Some people will come to your church because they were personally invited. Others will visit because they drove by your building and worked up enough courage to stop by on a Sunday morning. Outside of these occasions, one of the most...Show More Summary

How To Schedule Sunday School: The Sharefaith Kids Sunday School Scheduler and Planner

Schedule Your Sunday School Like a Rock Star! Sunday School directors need the freedom to prioritize their time around volunteers and kids. With the Sharefaith Kids Sunday School Scheduler and Planner, you’ll be empowered to organize your teachers, lessons, classes and calendar, all in a matter of minutes. Show More Summary

Sunday School Lessons For Kids

As Sunday School teachers, we are always on the lookout for new and exciting Sunday School lessons for kids! We love discovering kids Bible resources that help bring our favorite Bible stories to life. If you have been looking for some...Show More Summary

Four Types of Love

Today, love is overused and undervalued at the same time. We love everything from foods to cars, from movies to retailers, from people to God himself. We may not consciously distinguish one use of love from another, in part because our...Show More Summary

The Power Of Mobile Apps In Worship

“We really need to catch up with the times!” Maybe you’ve found yourself saying this when it comes to bringing your worship and production ministries into the 21st century. In a world where gadgets and gizmos are becoming such an integrated...Show More Summary

Can There Be Church Discipline In An Undisciplined Culture?

There are certainly points in Scripture that we wish were better defined, whether they be doctrinal or moral. But when it comes to church discipline, we have a pretty clear response. Unfortunately, that fact alone is still not a huge motivator for us to do the act of church discipline. Show More Summary

15 Great American Preachers

Preaching is so premodern. In our postmodern mash-up world of participatory services, the idea of expositing the Word of God for any length of time seems authoritative and old-fashioned. However, in light of history, it is this moreShow More Summary

8 Ideas to Incorporate the Lessons of Giving Thanks

Thanksgiving seems to ushers in the holiday season, and rightly so. From it to Advent to Christmastime to Epiphany (and we can event count in Lent and Easter) the calendar is regulated around the revelation that Philippians 2: 6-7 testifies...Show More Summary

It’s Election Time. Let’s All Grab a Catacomb!

Are we bewildered yet? Are we holding out hope? I don’t know about you, but the state of the world, especially the political cycle in the United States, makes me want to find a cozy catacomb and sit out for the next term or two. It seems hopeless and desperate, and, at so many turns, without virtue. Show More Summary

10 Ways Satan Might Be At Work Today In Your Church

Temptation is one of Satan’s greatest weapons to win the war for human souls. Satan and the fallen angels are creations of God. They are actively at war with Him and the battleground is earth. We are also God’s creation, but we’re uniquely different than angels. Show More Summary

Church Planting Lessons from Paul: 10 Scriptural Pointers

Jesus gave us the command to, “Go and make disciples of all nations…” Since Matthew 28:19, the church continues to push outward. It’s not easy. We know that this going resulted in the martyrdom of all the disciples, except John. We know...Show More Summary

Seven Ways to Make Joy Flourish in Your Congregation

Let’s set the record straight again because we know that we know that we know that happiness is not joy. Happiness is external and based on immediate circumstances and people. Happiness depends on both. Joy is different. C.S. Lewis says in Surprised by Joy, that, “All Joy reminds. Show More Summary

Do You Have Any Timothys In Your Ministry?

  Paul’s friendship with Timothy offers a model of discipleship. Rick Warren qualifies their relationship and the message to us in three points: (1) act as a father figure; (2) set the pace for expectation and disciplines; (3) and partner together to do the work. Show More Summary

Where are the Boundaries Between Worship and Entertainment (and Does it Matter)?

  That is the question, isn’t it? Where is the boundary between worship and entertainment? Entertainment is one of America’s leading industries, accounting for $504 billion, or at least 3.2 of GDP if you only count films.  AccordingShow More Summary

Church Worker Salary: Overworked & Underpaid

Do you work for a church? Do you feel overworked? Underpaid? You’re not alone. Many people feel that way, not just in the church environment. Where do you draw the line in working for the Lord and working long hours with little compensation?...Show More Summary

Free Labor Day Sermon Graphic + Bonus

It’s here, the end of summer! School is starting back up, church attendance is picking up and the summer heat is starting to fade away as fall weather (and pumpkin spice lattes) starts to take over. Our friends over at More Summary

Promises of God In The Bible

The promises of God are my strength! I love God’s Word. I am not ashamed to say that you’ll often see me kissing or hugging my Bible. Weird? I don’t think so! Why? God’s Word is my compass, my lifeline, my treasure. I hug It when my heart explodes with gratitude, but also when my […] The post Promises of God In The Bible appeared first on

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