Money, Money, Money

By Dr. Jack Graham 

“I’m working as hard as I can to get my life and my cash to run out at the same time. And if I die right after lunch on Tuesday, everything will be fine.” —Former Pro

Church Planter Interview: Keith Baldridge, Denver, CO

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Church Planter Interview: Roscoe Lilly, Albany NY

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Communication in a Multisite Church

I have been married to my wife, Hillary, for 15 years and despite the fact that we talk every day, at times we easily have issues with communication.  Either I’m not listening or she’s not sharing or we’ve both made …

A View on Choirs in Worship

It was a warm, summer Sunday evening and I, a curious seventeen year-old, snuck into the back of the house of worship as the music began.  A friend had invited me and I had no idea what I was in …

Men’s Conference 2017

Friday & Saturday, February 24–25, 2017
Prestonwood Baptist Church — Plano Campus

Make plans now to join thousands of men from across North Texas for impactful worship, engaging fellowship, and dynamic speaking at the 2017 Men’s Conference at Prestonwood. Hear …

Preaching Source

Have you ever felt that your sermon could use some assistance?  This is a tough feeling.  After all the people closest to us, family and church members, are often not in the best position to offer substantial help.  You may …

Eden Church

Daniel Atondo
Hometown: Sunnyvale, CA
Education: Bachelor of Arts in Communications from California State University, Master of Divinity Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and pursuing Doctor of Ministry from Talbot School of Theology, Biola University
Twitter: @danjoatondo

The Why of Camp

It was June 14, 1990, in the middle of the Ozarks in central Missouri. I was 7 years old, attending a youth camp where my dad was leading worship. Sitting in the back row with my mom (as a true …

Reaching Your High School: Is Your Student Ministry Ready for the Fall

It’s hard to believe that summer is coming to a close and students are heading back to school. Our summers in the student ministry have been filled with camps, mission trips, hangouts and tons of crazy memories with students. Really …