Today, Rahul Agarwal talked with Ashlyn Portero about the role of women in ministry. She discusses how church leaders can build up and honor the women in their church as well give them opportunities to grow in leadership.
Over the summer we are doing a series of host favorites and this week we have Tessa's favorite.
Dr. David Sills has done it all when it comes to the ministry. Dr. Sills served as a missionary in Ecuador, was a church planter and pastor in the united states, currently teaches at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, has written several books and is the founder and president of Reaching and Teaching International Ministries. Today Dr. Sills joins to talk about why stories are vastly important in ministry.
Today, Rahul talks with Rashard Barns about the difference between multicultural and multicolor. They discuss how to help your ministry be multicultural and give you a ton of resources to check out!
In this episode, first-year college minister Rudy Hartmann reflects on his experiences over the first 12 months leading a college ministry. He shares the most significant lessons learned, things he’d do differently, and what comes next. This episode will be an encouragement to anyone in college ministry, whether it’s your first year or your fortieth.
Today Rahul talked with Jonathan Webster about Sanctuary Church, Canada and how they are reaching students in Canada. Sanctuary has an incredible story about how they became a college-focused church and why they value being a church that meets on campus.
Today, Chase Abner talked with Robbie Nutter and Katie Musil about reaching greek students at Kansas State.
On today's show, we talk about how we can advance the gospel through utilization of Social Media.
Today, Chase Abner introduces you to our Featured Writers team for 2018.
Today on the podcast, we talk to Travis Cunningham about how Village Church is engaging collegiate church planting.
On today’s show, Hugh Halter joins us to talk about Bivocationalism and it’s future in American Ministry.