By: Dennis Bickers Millennials will soon begin to step into leadership roles in every organization including churches. But they won't be content to manage like current leadership. They want to lead and make a difference.
By: Ircel Harrison Senior adults are not just recipients of ministry. Many are still active in serving and caring. For those of us in church leadership, we must not forget that senior adults remain an important part of the church.
By: Rebecca Brown Worldwide, more than 20,000 people have been recruited by the smooth rhetoric of ISIS and their self-declared holy war. However, we can slow their recruitment efforts down if each of us does this.
By: Roger Olson How can churches attract young members back who have drifted away? Some suggest save talk about sin and repentance for later, but a church that isn't transparent about their beliefs is disingenuous.
By: Thomas Kidd Reaching and retaining the rising generations has been a perennial challenge to churches. Many churches have died because they failed to meet the test. Here are three ways yours can pass.
While young adults are often criticized for their lack of commitment to the institutional church, these millennials have a lot to offer the world with their sense of optimism and quest toward wholeness.
Some may label them too hopeful and too idealistic, but today's generation believes they can make a big difference. One young Baptist suggests five emerging realities that will shape Baptist millennials' faith.