A good shepherd protects the flock from wolves, and feeds them good food. What does it look like when we conduct our churches and ministries in a biblical way? What happens when churches stop protecting, and become interested in selfish gain? Is it even okay to ask these questions?







The Purpose of the Congregation  |  Oct 15, 2014
When a believer doesn't regularly assemble together in God-fearing fellowship with other members of the family of Christ, not only does he close off other people whom he can help, he also closes himself off to all of the benefits that a close spiritual family offers — a family he can rely on, stand up for and share in God's blessings with.

Read more...Laurel J. Davis


Spiritual abuse by church leaders is a continuing problem. How should believers respond to abusers living among us?

Read more...Jim Allen


Matthew 18:19-20 seems to say that prayer is more effective if done in a group. Is that true? To roadmap the answer, it will be helpful to explain the nature of prayer and why we do it.

Read more...Jesse McPhaill


Most believers do not bother sharing the gospel with their neighbor for a variety of reasons. Why do believers have a fear of witnessing?

Read more...Jim Allen


The Bible has strong warnings for church leaders who engage in spiritual abuse, the mistreatment of innocent souls. What is this warning to the abuser? What and how should the church handle the abusive brethern among us?

Read more...Jim Allen


Compassion International has served children in the Dominican Republic since 1970. Learn more about how they 'release children from poverty in Jesus' name.'

Context and Overview  |  Apr 18 2014   |  Kersley Fitzgerald
The Child Sponsorship Program  |  Apr 25 2014   |  MeLissa LeFleur
What is true poverty?  |  Apr 28 2014   |  S. Michael Houdmann
The Complementary Intervention Program  |  May 6 2014   |  Gwen Sellers
The Leadership Development Program  |  May 12 2014   |  Gwen Sellers


The world tells us to take care of needs at home before we worry about others. But is that what Jesus taught? What are the practical implications of being a citizen of the Kingdom of Heaven?

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Thanks for the Decade!  |  Apr 9, 2014
Jeff Laird looks back over ten years as a volunteer writer for Got Questions.

Read more...Jeff Laird


Missionary Support  |  Mar 17, 2014
Missionaries work long hours in often dangerous circumstances. They have to raise their own tenuous support. All to fill a calling God has given them. How can we take better care of our missionaries?

Read more...MeLissa LeFleur


Children's Ministry  |  Mar 12, 2014
We have these children for a very short time. What can God do during this time to change the course of their lives?

Read more...MeLissa LeFleur


What should we do if we disagree with decisions made by church leadership? What is the difference between unbiblical direction and decisions that are that are inefficient or based on personal preference?

Read more...Tim White


On Worship and Work  |  Feb 7 2014
What do we do when we realize we don't actually like worship services? Should we skip? Or is the effort in itself a form of worship?

Read more...Kersley Fitzgerald


Are you ready for the call?  |  Feb 3, 2014
Do we receive our calling by personal message? Or by being so close to God we overhear His still, small voice?

Read more...Gwen Sellers


Counseling and the Church  |  Jan 28, 2014
Christian counseling is good and needed, but where is the church? Couldn't the church provide much of the support now left to professional counseling?

Read more...Gwen Sellers


Very few of us, including ministries, can escape the social media vortex. How can we use social media to share good content well?

Read more...Kristi-Joy Matovich


The fact that people donate to GotQuestions.org continues to amaze and encourage us. We love what we do and are therefore tremendously blessed to be able to serve God and earn a living at the same time.

Read more...S. Michael Houdmann


A pastor's kid thinks back to her own childhood when her husband is asked to become an elder. Are the trials, hard work, and lack of appreciation really worth it?

Read more...MeLissa LeFleur


Helping the Homeless  |  Dec 31, 2013
The raggedy man stands on the corner with a dog and a sign begging for money. Do we roll down the window and give him a few bucks? What if there was a way we could know we were really helping?

Read more...Michael Blunk


How to Witness to Atheists  |  Nov 18, 2013
How do you witness to atheists? With love, humility, patience, and prayer. In short, with the same attitude we should have in all our encounters.

Part 1: Attitude
Part 2: Resources Maggie Peil


And the answer is...  |  Oct 11, 2013
Having all the answers isn't all it's cracked up to be, or at least not all I have previously cracked it up to be. The truth of the matter is there just isn't always black-and-white. In my opinion, accepting that reality opens us up to enjoy life more fully.

Read more...Gwen Sellers


Neediness and Love  |  Oct 2, 2013
Neediness and love. We tend to think of these as a bad combination. But, sometimes neediness and love are a beautiful combination, an opportunity to practice deep, godly love.

Read more...Gwen Sellers


Holy Jeans  |  Sep 9, 2013
What is appropriate attire for church? Should we dress up for church?

Read more...Kersley Fitzgerald


Every Christian has a unique vocation. But, how do we know what it is? Here are ten questions to answer that will help you find out your calling in ministry.

Read more...Alan Cross


Passion, righteous anger, and human energy are not enough to fight injustice in the world. We must be equipped by the God of justice. 'Deepening the Soul for Justice' explains how.

Read more...Kersley Fitzgerald


In collaboration with apologetics315.com, Robin Schumacher presents a series of slideshows for churches and teachers on Christian apologetics.

Read more...Robin Schumacher


Works Gift-Wrapped in Love  |  Jul 15, 2013
Pride can make us hide from our spiritual gifts; narrow-mindedness can make us hoard them. Only love can turn a work into a gift.

Read more...Kersley Fitzgerald


Intra-Cultural Christian  |  Jun 27, 2013
We are called to live in the world, not be of it. But we can't do that unless we're actually living in the world.

Read more...Rebekah Largent


Most of us know someone who has suffered from depression. Knowing what to do about it is another matter. What do our depressed friends need? And how can we love and support them while still acknowledging their pain?

Read more...Gwen Sellers


The Grace of Church Discipline  |  May 24, 2013
Jesus laid out exactly how we are to confront another believer with sin. It's a system designed to create healing and restoration. Abusive or ignored church discipline humiliates and shames the innocent and forsakes the guilty.

Read more...Kersley Fitzgerald


Jason Russell, Greg Mortenson, and Ted Haggard claimed to dedicate their lives to helping others but lost credibility when the truth came to light. What happened and how should we respond?

Read more...Kersley Fitzgerald


Igniting Passion for Ministry  |  March 21, 2013
God's word tells us that a people without vision will perish. However, the problem is that those with the vision are waiting for someone else to act upon them, leaving these good ideas unrealized. The church has a great deal of vision, but what it is lacking is passion.

Read more...Jeff Reiter


Does the Local Church Still Matter?  |  February 18, 2013
A growing number of Western Christians have dropped out of local church life, claiming their disdain for organized religion has caused them to love Jesus but also want to leave the church. In a day and age when believers can download the world's top sermons and songs at will, does the local church still matter?

Read more...Dillon Burroughs


My Refrigerator Kid  |  January 28, 2013
Several years ago, my husband and I changed our perspective on children. We haven’t been able to have kids of our own, but we decided that instead of moping around and bemoaning our lack, we would enjoy life and serve others. One of our greatest joys is being able to invest in the lives of other people’s children. One way we have done this is through Compassion International.

Read more...MeLissa LeFleur


God is never more glorified than when His servants loosen the bonds, undo the yoke, set the captive free, and break every yoke. Ministry is a process that takes time and the sufficiency of God’s grace flowing through our lives on a consistent basis—not have-it-your-way, consumerism church.

Read more...Jeff Reiter


During the Protestant Reformation, leaders developed a list of five “solas” to define the differences between their movement and what they perceived as the unbiblical excesses of the Roman Catholic Church. A quick look at this list of solas reveals that their influence has been great.

Part 1: Sola Scriptura
Part 2: Sola Fide
Part 3: Sola Gratia
Part 4: Solo Christo & Soli Deo Gloria

Start here...Dillon Burroughs

God is a Firefighter  |  June 28, 2012
Mercy To The Least Of These - A Spiritual Warfare Challenge. One of the greatest forms of spiritual warfare that we can wage is to be obedient to the Holy Spirit and to look for opportunities to bless "the least of these".

Read more...Jonathan Fashbaugh


Infertility can be very difficult for women who desire children, and Mother's Day can be a painful reminder. Here are a few tips for surviving Mother's Day with your heart intact. If you're a woman struggling with infertility, this letter is for you.

Read more...MeLissa LeFleur


The Love Of The Father  |  May 9, 2012
The Bible is filled with great pictures of the love of the Father. See what great love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! And that is what we are! The reason the world does not know us is that it did not know him. 1 John 3:1

Read more...Jonathan Fashbaugh


An Unfamiliar Pastor  |  April 25, 2012
As we read about the pastor in Pilgrim's Progress, some thought it was the Apostle Paul, others thought a good teacher and still others, a "spiritual person." Why, I wondered, did not one person see in this description a portrait of their, or anyone's, pastor?

Read more...Dolores Kimball


The Bible Verses Women Hate  |  April 11, 2012
Bible verses about submission and not speaking in church can be difficult for women to accept. Those same verses have been skewed by some scholars to eliminate conflict. However, it can't be denied that God means what He says.

Read more...Dolores Kimball


Some may argue that the good parachurch ministries do far outweighs the dangers inherent in the system. But are we becoming too pragmatic? What is the guiding principle that Christians follow, and how are we tempted to depart from it?

Read more...Dolores Kimball


Jesus, Not Religion  |  February 28, 2012
Rituals and religion can make people feel good. The dedication of time and observing strict guidelines gives people a sense that they are reaching out to a higher power. But what does Jesus have to do with any of that?

Read more...Jonathan Fashbaugh


The Spirit and the Body of Christ  |  February 21, 2012
As the human spirit inhabits the human body, so the Holy Spirit inhabits the Body of Christ, the Church. How does this work? How is the human body like the church, and what does this analogy mean?

Read more...Kevin Stone


How could the same God who said "love your enemies" and to "do good to those who hate you" also order the Israelite people to engage in violent warfare?

Read more...Dan Barkman


Is the Bible Corrupted?  |  January 31, 2012
Is the Bible corrupted, or changed? How can we be certain that we have the same words written down by the original authors? How can we be sure that we are reading what they wrote?

Read more...Dillon Burroughs


What Makes Tim Tebow a Christian  |  January 24, 2012
What makes Tim Tebow Christian? Is it 'tebowing' in prayer? Is it charity for others? Or is it something else? Read an amazing story about Tebow's love for hurting people, and the work he does for others off the field.

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The Ceiling Fan podcast uses silly humor and engaging audio production to connect with kids and teens, and adds a refreshingly authentic voice to the world of Christian youth ministry.

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Down with Dufflepudism!
Dufflepudism is rampant in the evangelical world today as Christians are buying into every new fad that comes along, and blindly accepting each new philosophy. Just like the Dufflepuds in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, we cry "Yes! That sounds good!"

Down with Dufflepudism!  |  May 18, 2011

Start here...Dolores Kimball
 


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