Dealing with awkward customers

We’ve all had them. Those awkward, tricky customers who turn up to your church. They seem to like being around Christians, or at least want

How do you make ESOL members feel a full part of the fellowship?

If you find yourself with those who speak a second language in your midst, how can you minister to them faithfully? Are there any ways

What you win them with you’ve got to keep them with

I have been thinking about this old adage a lot lately. I don’t know who first said it, so I can’t attribute it properly (just

Don’t be afraid to repeat yourself

We assume far too much of our people. By that, I don’t mean that we assume they are cleverer than they really are. Nor do

Presbyterian v Baptist polity

I appreciated this conversation between Ligon Duncan and Thabiti Anyabwile. What are the commonalities and differences between Presbyterian and Baptist polity. Here is a, not

What does congregationalism really look like?

This question has come up in various forms lately. Here is Mark Dever offering a helpful answer.

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