Book review: The Daniel Dilemma

Pastor Chris Hodges helps us all in capturing the full intent of the book of Daniel in his own new book, The Daniel Dilemma: How to Stand Firm & Love Well in a Culture of Compromise
  Ronald Keener

Helping young leaders transition

After College: Navigating Transitions, Relationships and Faith, by Erica Reitz, will guide the next generation from the university and into the marketplace.
  Ronald Keener

Maybe God is calling you to be a small-church pastor

Karl Vaters begins his new book, Small Church Essentials with three facts that may change your perspective on small-church pastoring.
  Ronald Keener

Book review: A Prophet with Honor (The Billy Graham Story)

There is an emptiness in life without Billy Graham. So long as he lived, there was a feeling that all might still be right with the world.
  Ronald Keener

Book review: The Joseph Calling

Looking for purpose? Discover how God leads and guides through Os Hillman's book, The Joseph Calling: 6 Stages to Discover, Navigate, and Fulfill Your Purpose.
  Ronald Keener

Book review: How to become a multicultural church

There is a difference in moving a church more fully into a multicultural membership and ministry, as compared to, say, advancing an already racially and culturally integrated congregation.
  Ronald Keener

Working with teens is “the roller coaster ride of your life”

Family expert Jim Burns, president of HomeWord and senior director of the HomeWord Center for Youth and Family at Azusa Pacific University, has authored a handy guide for parenting teens.
  Ronald Keener

Book review: Who broke my church?

This question is asked by author Kent. R. Hunter, in his new book, that discusses seven proven strategies for renewal and revival.
  Ronald Keener

Book review: “Neglect is a deadly form of abuse” in the church

Wounded in the Church, by Ray Beeson and Chris Hayward, is a resource that should be on every pastor's shelf.
  Ronald Keener

Book review: The Power of Proximity

Awareness isn’t enough—become proximate.
  Ronald Keener

How to create a thriving team

Yes, with coaching, your team can likely accomplish significant goals you never imagined possible.
  Ronald Keener

How to support families dealing with dementia

Christians need to understand dementia, long before it strikes.
  Ronald Keener

Calling Steve Jobs: “I can’t figure out this smartphone”

You have to admit that the smartphone you carry everywhere affects mind and body as well as moral and ethical considerations of us all.
  Ronald Keener

‘We’ve got all the time in the world,’ don’t we, God?

How do we make good use of the time we have?
  Ronald Keener

We trust that graduates learn one lesson: life has consequences

There’s an adage, often used in statecraft that actions have consequences. This is what happened to a pregnant 18-year-old girl, in Hagerstown, Md.
  Ronald Keener

Visioning: You may lead, but is anyone following?

Not everyone carries the same vision for the church that you do.
  Ronald Keener

George Hunter clarifies the church’s main business

What is the driving purpose of the church?
  Ronald Keener

George Bullard's 101 ways to vision cast

Discover how George W. Bullard's book, Captured by Vision, could impact your ministry team.
  Ronald Keener

The role of leadership in your church’s vision

So your church has a vision statement? Good for you. Now what are you doing about making it come alive?
  Ronald Keener
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Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.
Romans 12:2 (NIV)
Ben Marshall

Ben Marshall is a Pastor at Calvary Baptist Church in Holland, Michigan. He oversees youth ...

Mike Mack

Smallgroupologist Michael Mack believes life change happens best in groups because he has experienced it ...