Christian Formation Isn't My Job

By Nurya Love Parish
The title of this post is factually untrue. I am employed by a church. My position description includes oversight of all the church's programs of formation for infants through… read more

Is Exorcism Going Mainstream?

By Shane Raynor
I was catching up on the news today and happened to run across a remarkable piece from last week's TIME: "At Weekly Exorcisms, Egypt's Muslims and Christians Unite Against the… read more

4,000 Member Church Votes to Leave PCUSA

By Sarah Pulliam Bailey / Religion News Service
(RNS) Members of one of the largest congregations in the Presbyterian Church (USA) have voted to leave the denomination, despite facing an $8.89 million cost for leaving. Menlo… read more

3 Ways Preachers Undermine the Bible (and the Sermon)

By Clifton Stringer
You're sitting in church, if not innocently, then at least penitently. The preacher (bless his soul!) says something in the sermon that undermines the Bible, and consequently, the … read more

Food from the Earth

By Ministry Matters
Watch how one church participates in congregation supported agriculture. Erin McKenzie was called and now serves at Food from the Earth ministry, read her story. read more

U.S. Evangelicals on the Defense over Uganda's New Anti-Homosexuality Act

By Sarah Pulliam Bailey / Religion News Service
(RNS) American evangelicals are denouncing a new Uganda law that criminalizes homosexuality, reiterating a position that many have held for years but which has nonetheless drawn… read more

Food from the Earth

By Betsy Hall
As a gardener myself I have been doing a little research on how local churches are participating in community gardening projects. I found out about Erin McKenzie who is the Garden … read more

Rethinking the Way We Do Funerals

By Tom Fuerst
I'm going to be brutally honest here for the sake of improving some things, both in our practice and the way we think about funerals, death, and comforting the grieving. I hate… read more

7 Examples of Unwritten Rules that Shape an Organization

By Ron Edmondson
In an organization the unwritten rules are just as important, if not more important than the written rules. If you are considering making changes, implementing something new… read more

Successful Aging

By Barbara Bruce
This is the first of a series of blogs on successful aging. I am a believer! My goal is to be the "poster child" for this very hot topic. I work hard at it because it is work that … read more

Review: Adapt to Thrive

By Ed Trimmer
In the 1920's in Dayton, TN the country heard on live radio a debate that still rages today in parts of American Christianity. The debate was over the role and place of Charles… read more

Publisher Information

By Ministry Matters
Publishers: Are you interested in selling your titles on Ministry Matters, or in partnering to have your content added to the Ministry Matters Research Library? With over 1,000… read more
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