Is Your Church in Puberty?

By Sean Drummond
I am sure everyone remembers what it was like to be an adolescent. I am also willing to bet that no one remembers particularly enjoying that time of their life—the physical… read more

Tween Worship

By Sigrid Rother
We are blessed to have many families actively involved in our church, and we enjoy a lively children's program. Every Sunday we offer nursery care for small children all morning… read more

Credo Confirmation

By Abingdon Youth
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Altar Call: Yes or No?

By Adam Hamilton
I would like to offer a word of challenge to preachers on both sides of the theological spectrum regarding the "altar call." Some of you come from a tradition that feels a sermon… read more

Bible Alive Children's Drama

By Sigrid Rother
Like many churches, we struggle with how to involve children in worship in meaningful ways. The children who are too old for the nursery or our small children's worship often… read more

Doors of Opportunity

By Missy Buchanan
Mother-daughter stories are legacies of love, hope, and pride. This story is told by Lucimarian Roberts, mother of ABC anchor Robin Roberts, in My Story, My Song: Mother-Daughter… read more

Working in the Cloud

By Shane Raynor
When I came to Ministry Matters in 2010, I set two major goals as I was acquiring tools to help me do my job. First, I wanted to go as "paperless" as possible. It's not that I was … read more

Healing Church Conflict

By K. Brynolf Lyon and Dan P. Moseley
Most of our intense conflicts are the result of either the loss or perceived loss of something that is central to our self-identity or sense of well-being. For individuals or… read more

Losing the Offering Plate

By Shane Raynor
Change is a buzzword in church circles. Even some traditional congregations have added modern worship music, practical sermon series, 21st century marketing concepts, theater… read more

Who Does God Love?

By Common English Bible
Who does God love? from Common English Bible on Vimeo. read more

5 Lessons from 'Caine's Arcade'

By Shane Raynor
The newest celebrity on the Internet is a nine year old kid from East Los Angeles. If you haven't heard of Caine Monroy, he's the star of a short film by Nirvan Mullick that has… read more

The New Pastor: Insights for Transitional Leadership

By Marvin A. Moss
When discussing transitional leadership, it is imperative that one understands and embraces the words transition, change, uncertainty, and patience if there is a desire to serve… read more
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