Purpose-driven approaches to church growth say we should ditch the denominational label. This is exactly the wrong way to go.
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I became a Methodist on purpose. But church growth strategies want me to leave the label behind.
Since debates homosexuality began to dominate the church landscape, more congregations have called themselves “conservative” and fewer are “in the middle.”
Worship focused on the eucharist, and that focused on a tradition-free personal relationship with Jesus, are two different ballgames.
The omnipresence of smartphones and possibilities of GPS will change the way we experience church.
What would you recommend to someone who has been trained with a high sacramental theology but ends up in a more entrepreneurial, low-church setting?
Is the way to heal the long-standing divisions in the church for all of us to return to Rome?
Lillian Daniel, a teacher of preaching, responds to first-year pastor Tom Arthur's question from last week.