Editor's Note: This interview was originally published in the spring 2016. Diane Langberg has been a counselor for 40 years. She’s seen things most people can barely imagine: the aftermath of genocide, rape, sexual and emotional ...
Formal evaluations provide the opportunity to enhance ministry, improve priorities, encourage better communication and active participation. The process allows the church to grow toward mature service and caring fellowship, discover opportunities to implement better strategies, and strengthen the unity of spirit between the pastor and elders.Read the Article
A huge generation of baby boomers is aging out of the pulpit and ushering in leaders from Generation X. And these two generations have very different backgrounds.Read the Article
As a veteran of more than 30 General Assemblies, Ric Springer sums up his role as chairman of floor clerks succinctly: “Chief gopher, keep the Assembly moving, and meet the needs of the men on the dais.”Read the Article
In addition to the business of General Assembly, commissioners participate in seminars and corporate worship and strengthen personal relationships.Read the Article
Kevin Smith, chairman of the study committee, hopes that the report will help congregations begin to see racism as a moral issue, like abortion. And as with other moral issues, Smith notes, refusing to talk about the issue will not make it go away.Read the Article