This article by Dan Reiland gives 5 great questions that can be asked of any church that is beginning an evaluation process.Read More
Jeremiah continues his prophecy and tells the Israelites to involve their children in marriage ceremonies and to increase in number. We are talking about generational impact in the city – our evangelism must produce transformation and change that will be seen for generations in the city.Read More
You might be thinking that city evangelization is no different than in the suburbs or rural areas, but you’d be wrong. How do we make Christlike disciples of people that live a fast-paced life and don’t have time for Jesus? How do we create relationship and gain the trust of someone that works 7 days a week? What does hope look like in the midst of substance abuse, gangs and poverty?Read More
Nothing shapes the outcomes of your church more than prayer, and the longer I lead, the more I understand and appreciate the prayers of faithful intercessors.Read More
Great leaders think of children as essential players in God’s kingdom and God’s plan of reconciliation. They see them as central to their mission.Read More
Five insights that changed my awkward relationship with this core part of the Christian life and church ministry.Read More
The church does not exist to give us an audience for our ideas, projects or egos. It exists to fulfill Christ’s purposes.Read More
What good is training if the missionaries do not have a deep desire to love the downcast and brokenhearted around them? That is something we cannot teach or motivate into them.Read More
Here are 6 things you can do to tackle the challenge of leading a group that wants to grow but doesn’t want to change:Read More
They don’t just need to learn ministry skills; they need to develop the character that supports the work God wants to do in and through them.Read More
He came into the room and handed me a little box and said “Merry Christmas, I hope you like it.”Read More
If we were following Jesus, we’d be known as people who go to the dangerous, poor, unpleasant places. Not just a few select missionaries to other countries; we’d go as congregations, as communities of disciples—followers—to the most difficult spots in our own cities and towns.Read More
We can’t expect that an extracted disciple’s growth in maturity will trickle-down to a waiting harvest no matter the quality and quantity of the sacred buffet that we offer.Read More
How do we share Christ effectively to a generation not impressed by the Church today? Here are five ideas.Read More
Changing the world with the Gospel of Jesus is less likely to happen using traditional methods with every passing year.Read More
The 4-point plan to get better:
- Ask the right questions.
- Give honest answers in a group process.
- Determine the best-prioritized plan for improvement.
- Take action.
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It is clear that our whole region needs a genesis and it will not come solely because of a dedicated volunteer missionary force.Read More