Glenn Paauw and Paul Caminiti of the Institute for Bible Reading address the growing problem of Bible illiteracy in the church and how to reverse the trend. You may be surprised to learn Bible illiteracy is not a new, post-modern problem, but rather started developing some 500 years ago.
Adam Weber, leader of the fastest-growing United Methodist Church in the U.S., talks about how pastors can address their insecurities and reach out for the help they need while leading a congregation.
This interview with Kara Powell of the Fuller Youth Institute is our most-downloaded episode to date. Kara shares research on why youth leave the church and what church leaders can do to reverse this concerning trend.
Lee Strobel's The Case for Christ shook the way people viewed Jesus as both a historical and relational figure. Decades later, his book that took a journalist's approach to proving Jesus's credibility is being made into a movie. Strobel shares the things he's learned about apologetics and evangelism in the interim.
Craig Groeschel gives pastors practical insight into faithfully managing the seemingly insignificant decisions that will direct the course of your life and ministry.