Church Leadership Course

Take this FREE course that equips pastors and ministry leaders in being a ministry executive. Taught by experienced church leaders from Gateway Church and The King's University.

The Future of the Church

Watch Dr. Jon Chasteen and Josh Morris discuss their deep theological questions and the future of the Church on the Church InTension podcast.


How to Improve Your Self-Worth

“It is difficult to make a man miserable while he feels worthy of himself and claims kindred to the great God who made him.” ― Abraham...

The Gospel of Hospitality

Luke’s besorah (Gospel) is sometimes called the “gospel of hospitality.” This is in part because it describes the coming of the Messiah as a...

When You Want to Quit

One of my favorite childhood memories was watching my father compete in the Heart of America Marathon, described as one of the oldest and...

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Articles from The King’s University faculty and ministry partners.

Women in Ministry Leadership Podcast

The Women in Ministry Leadership podcast is a conversation to encourage and validate women on their ministry journeys. Hosted by Dr. Rhonda Davis and Julie Cole, this podcast is an extension of the Women in Ministry Leadership program at The King’s University.



Free courses to equip you and your church.

What is Leadership Development?

Leadership development is vital in the local church. In this course, Dr. Frank Markow discusses the meaning and importance of leadership development.

Worship Ministry

Leading worship is more than singing songs. In this course, get in-depth training from worship leaders and instructors from Gateway Church and The King's University.

Youth Ministry

Youth Ministry gets more challenging every year. In this course, three experienced student leaders provide key training for an ever-changing ministry area.

Church InTension Podcast

The Church InTension podcast is a place to have healthy conversations about areas of tension in the Church. Hosted by Dr. Jon Chasteen and powered by The King’s University.