Dr. Mark Adams sits down with Dr. Kevin Burr to share some experiential advice for young ministers…and really, for anyone looking to grow spiritually.
Needing to reconnect with your partner? Working on deepening a relationship in your life? Here are some great places to start.
Looking back at 2020, here were the most viewed posts at Kingdom Upgrowth.
It’s been a hard time for all of us. Here are some things you can do to help you get through.
My book review of Strange Rites: New Religions for a Godless World by Tara Isabella Burton.
What does it actually look like for people to get healthier incrementally? How do we help dysfunctional tribes become high-functioning teams? Here are a few ideas.
In 2020 we’re going on a journey through John’s Gospel. We hope you’ll come, too!
Leaders need it. Volunteers need it. Insiders and outsiders both need it. How do we best care for the people around us?
Salvation is not about emphasizing one particular action over another. It is about God redeeming your whole person.
Here is a collection of Spanish Christian Children’s songs, ideal for learning with your mission trip team if you are going to a Spanish-speaking country.
How do we help our children’s faith become their own? Luke Dockery shares about his Youth In Family Ministry model as a deliberate way to
I was thrilled to have a conversation with Bob Turner about books and trends in Christian publications. Bob serves as the Library Director at the Harding
If there is anything that bothers me, it’s that I feel like I never have enough time to read. As I started compiling a list
Having spent a lot of time studying the Enneagram over the last few months, I wanted to share a lot of my favorite resources in
4th Place Disappointment In 2016, following an extended period of injuries, setbacks and a lengthy recovery, Kara Goucher attempted her comeback for the U.S. Olympic
The Enneagram The Enneagram is a personality system which groups people into Nine Types, partially based on their behaviors, but even more so based on
These days, talking about important subjects online is a lot like walking through a minefield. Matt Dabbs provides tools to help us with online conversations–and
When I was preparing to preach about the parables of Jesus, I came across John Dominic Crossan’s book, The Dark Interval: Toward a Theology of Story. The
I’ve been making posts about Appreciative Inquiry, an effective method for studying an existing group of people and discerning how to implement positive change in
Churches are too cautious. People who won’t change can’t grow, because growth cannot occur without something being done differently than it was before. Churches that won’t
My family went for a period of about 2-3 months when we played Scrabble all the time. Many evenings when homework was done, we would
I don’t think too many people in the spotlight these days will have to worry about anyone accusing them of being rational. With the news
Everyone has plenty of opinions on what it means to raise up a child in the way that he or she should go. But when
If you could go back to the first century, to Joppa, there on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea, perhaps you could find a woman
I’m ready to stop talking about Millennials. I couldn’t even tell you how long it’s lasted, but for years now, every week, I see at
Where there is upgrowth, something noticeable has happened. To speak of the upgrowth of national trends or economics is to speak of something readily observable