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Thom Rainer: “I love local churches. But I have to admit, I am hearing more from long-term members who are quitting church life completely.”Full Story
To reach a changing culture, the church needs to change. A few trends are becoming clear.
The vast majority of pastors I talk to spend most of their time devising and designing ways to “build” and “grow” their organization.
The only way for a pastor to avoid the many distractions of life and to remain steadfast throughout his life and ministry is to know what God has truly called the pastor to do.
Michael Beates: “The strongest tools are forged by the hottest fires.”
If your church has ever been through a building project, then you know that you need buy-in before any project can get off the ground.
15+ years of Easter services have taught Brandon Cox a thing or two about presenting a power Easter service.
Don’t let your Easter outreach be hijacked by these ancient traps!
Easter can mean a big welcome: “Chreasters” are looking for a place to belong.
Thomas Wynn of Simple Church suggests that relationship comes before structure–and it makes all the difference!
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