More Peaches, Better Peaches

By David Busic A few months ago, I spent the afternoon with Junior and Jaci Rodrigues. They are Nazarene church planters who have helped to birth five congregations. Although they are both from Brazil, they have planted and are pastoring a church in Argentina. The city where their church is located is hard soil. It... Continue Reading →

The “Softer” Side of Leadership May Be Stronger Than You Think

By Dan Reiland It’s true that no one wants to follow an insecure, indecisive, or ineffective leader. Qualities like confident, decisive and courageous are essential and needed. Great leaders can handle the tough circumstances that come their way. But tough-minded leaders must also be tender-hearted, or their leadership becomes cold and hard. The strength and... Continue Reading →

Great Leaders Think Small

By Gustavo Crocker In a well-known story, D. L. Moody was asked how the night’s evangelistic meeting had gone. His celebrated response was, “We had two and a half conversions.” His interviewer responded, “You mean two adults and one child?” “No,” Moody replied, “two children and one adult. The adult only has half his life... Continue Reading →

The Reformation(s) of the Church

*During the month of October we will be focusing on the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. By Charles W. Christian Looking back on the Protestant Reformation reminds us of God's continual desire to be in right relationship with His Church.  Reformation before Luther Though the catalyst to the series of events known today as the... Continue Reading →

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