Saturday Suggestions/Week in Review

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Why Biblical Leadership is Usually Unglamorous by Glenn Brooke

It can be tempting to equate the size of our ministry platforms with success. However, using the biblical example of Thaddeus, Glenn Brooke explains how true success does not come from fame.

Single-Minded: Reflections on Singlehood, Faith and the Church by Sara Beth Fentress

Our churches are made up of people in all seasons of life. Sara Beth challenges us to take a look at how well our churches reach singles, and suggests ways we can better minister to our unmarried members.

Let Your Church Hear You Sing by Matt Merker

For many churches, music is an integral part of the worship service. Matt Merker explains how singing should be a communal worship experience that brings the church together and provides opportunities to minister to one another through song.

10 Reasons Every Christian Should Share the Message of Jesus by Rick Warren

As Christians, we know we are supposed to participate in evangelism, but oftentimes, we make excuses not to share the gospel. Rick Warren lists ten reasons to regularly share the Good News of Jesus.

In case you missed this week's posts at, here's the week in review:

1. Monday's Random Thoughts about Yesterday's Preaching

2. 10 Concerns I Have about Christian Young Men

3. 11 Characteristics of Spiritually Weak Christian Leaders

4. 15 Things to Do if You Want to Lead Better

5. Some Thoughts about Worship Music

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