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As we see in the recorded history of the New Testament-era churches, they were connected with each other. Their example shows us how meaningful it is to build ongoing relationships and associations with other elders and evangelists in other churches.  In Philippians 1:1, Paul says he...

One of the most vital things leaders need to do is listen to our church members.  Listening shows them we are eager to understand and meet their needs. As we listen to our church members’ trials and challenges, and also their ideas, they will grow...

As elders and evangelists, we need to focus on teaching the Word of God, building a warm and loving fellowship, leading our churches forward in spiritual growth, and equipping our members to share the gospel in our community. We have a lot on our plates!...

As we have seen in an earlier article, elders and evangelists are vital leaders in God’s churches. But one of their most important roles is to raise up other leaders in the church as well. The passage below teaches that evangelists and elders are to prepare...

God’s plan is for evangelists and elders to work as a team to build His churches and advance the Gospel. We find clear teachings and examples in God’s Word that elders and evangelists are to serve as partners in building God’s churches. After the resurrection of...

As our kids grow older, we will need to make some changes in our relationship dynamic, but we can still be close, loving, and encouraging. As we do so, we will all be blessed, enjoying the legacy of faith and joy God has given to...

Jesus calls His church to be a family—to care for one another and share life together. As parents, let us teach our children to draw close to our local church family, building sincere friendships within the fellowship....

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