By: Tambi Swiney If churches desire to empower girls to believe they can grow up to become ministers, they need to be willing to hire and ordain women to serve as ministers. Let's stunt our girls' imaginations no longer.
By: Eileen Campbell-Reed It is something most ministers want. And it can feel impossible to find. Yet seeking pastoral wisdom is vital for the work of the church and for leading people of faith. A mentor can help with your journey.
By: Sharon Prior Many congregations expect their ministry staff to do almost everything, but hopefully those days are coming to an end. Ministers must develop a culture that helps members align their gifts with roles in the church.
By: Ircel Harrison Supplying churches with trained ministers isn't as simple as it used to be. We need new types of partnerships among individuals preparing for ministry, churches and theological institutions.
By: Kalie Lowrie A Texas elementary school helped nearly 30 parents strengthen their parenting skills with an 11-week course, which received support and funding from Primera Baptist Church in Fort Worth.