Larry Kreider debunks the five most common myths about house churches in America.
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In The LEGO Principle, Victory pastor Joey Bonifacio scatters LEGO-sized nuggets of revelation within a core message about connecting to God and to others. Along with revealing the fundamental principles on the power and simplicity of discipleship, Bonifacio offers a few LEGO lessons. Heres a sampling from his book, which releases this month.
Felicity Dale helps to make sense of the diverse house church movement currently sweeping across the U.S.
Its not often that one spouse inherits a big ministry from the other spouse. But when it has happened, history shows its been a good idea.
Sharon Daugherty never expected to pastor a 17,000-member church alone. Yet the sudden death of her husband, Billy Joe, changed everything for her and Vicory Christian Center in Tulsa, Okla.
Led by Matthew Barnett, Los Angeles Dream Center has developed from an idea in 1994 into a hub of more than 270 local ministries now replicated around the world.
Following the Trayvon Martin shooting, church leaders took to their pulpitsand the Internetto voice their part in the increasing conversation involving race. Heres a sampling of the churchs response to racism.
Twenty leaders offer their vision of life for the church in 2020.
The church is more technologically advanced than you might think. Here are five ways believers are paving the way with their innovation.
A brief look at a major shift in church history.
Meet the new generation of Spirit-empowered leaders out to change the world.
In an age of Twitter and Facebook, churches too are breaking new ground in evangelism, humanitarian aid and community development.
Australias Hillsong Church may be on the other side of the world, but its music and ministry style have affected every continent. We talked to Pastor Brian Houston about the global impact of Aussie faith.