If lost people are going to be reached in our communities, it will require that the church must engage lost people. One of the most effective ways to interact with…

The 2016 U.S. presidential election was quite a spectacle! During the primaries, the Republicans seemed to get a new candidate every day. Then there was the general election campaign to…

Editor’s note: This article was authored by Paul Clark authored shortly before he suffered a devastating stroke in November 2015. We wanted to pass it along to honor Paul’s commitment…

Tony Evans told a story about lying in bed and noticing a crack in the ceiling. He calls a painter and the painter repairs the crack and repaints. A few…

Someone has said God must love small churches because he made so many of them. While some may argue with that logic, there is no doubt that most churches are…

Decades ago, Martin Luther King Jr. called the 11 a.m. hour on Sunday morning “the most segregated hour in America.” Statistics show that it still is. A vast majority of…

Why do most Tennessee Baptist churches have more people in worship each Sunday than in Sunday school? When I checked last, the average Tennessee Baptist church had approximately 75 percent…

Evangelism in the New Testament is organic — natural and irregular. Evangelism should occur naturally from all believers and will occur at irregular times. Evangelism was not programmed. Instead, evangelism…

As you think about your youth ministry, why not plan a youth baptism celebration? Are there students in your youth ministry who have made salvation decisions but have not been…

By Raymond Smith “The Cloud,” simply stated, is a computer or a group of computers working together connected to the Internet.  If you own a cell phone, or a smartphone,…

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