How to use discipleship as an antidote

Criticism and complaining can be an event or a lifestyle. Here is an antidote to consider.
  D Eric Schansberg

Don’t pray so often

How does your prayer life align with your actions?
  D Eric Schansberg

Purpose and faith in the workplace

What does God think about our work?
  D Eric Schansberg

Flip the script from consumerism to discipleship

How can we plant so many seeds of consumerism and expect the fruits of discipleship?
  D Eric Schansberg

Do you have the proper vision?

Pastors often lack vision for making disciples and disciple-makers—and then, of course, they fail to pass this vision along to their people.
  D Eric Schansberg

Is your church leadership running on 80 percent or 20 percent?

Much of our struggle in church-world and in discipleship results from the implications of a deeply-flawed model of ministry.
  D Eric Schansberg

Does church leadership look different after 500 years?

We just celebrated the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation. But what has been achieved?
  D Eric Schansberg
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Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.
Philippians 4:8 (NIV)
Jim Farrer

A broadly-trained church consultant, Jim Farrer is the founder of Vital Signs Church Consulting and ...

Charles Stone

Dr. Charles Stone is Lead Pastor at West Park Church (London, Ontario) and founder of ...