Ben Greene, Pastor & guest writer

Ben Greene is a freelance writer and pastor currently living in Massachusetts. Along with his ministry experience, he has served as a full-time writer for the Associated Press and in the newspaper industry.


‘I think I have a problem’

Time away from ministry brought two pastors renewal and intimacy with God—and a return to the pulpit.

September 2022 // Read >

Who am I?

Third culture kids face unique challenges. But a Converge global worker –a third-culture kid herself – is dedicated to helping them understand whom God made them to be.

September 2022 // Read >

‘We can’t live in the past’

Refusing to make excuses, churches reshape their future based on new realities.

May 2022 // Read >

Building a sending culture

An innovative process helps churches discover, develop and deploy God’s people globally.

May 2022 // Read >

“There’s no one who can’t be discipled”

New and established churches are making disciples by focusing on relationships and the gospel.

January 2022 // Read >

A changed mind leads to changed hearts

He thought going abroad to share the gospel was a waste of God’s gifts. Then he and his wife devoted their lives to global missions.

January 2022 // Read >

Entering darkness with different weapons

A police chaplain is fulfilling his vow to do everything in his power to make sure cops aren’t alone.

September 2021 // Read >

Great progress, greater opportunities

There are more people who need the gospel ― especially in the five states without a Converge church.

September 2021 // Read >

Meeting today’s new challenges

Living in a transformational time for pastors, churches and communities.

May 2021 // Read >

Planting across Providence

A missionary kid grows up to bring hope to Renaissance City.

May 2021 // Read >

Preventing & recovering from pastoral failure

How churches can return to a place of trust and flourishing after pastoral failure.

January 2021 // Read >

Growing two churches in one community

Miami Filipino church starts Spanish-language congregation to better serve its community.

January 2021 // Read >