Every church seems to focus on the same metrics: budget, building, and butts in seats. But what if there were more encouraging metrics?
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In this secular moment, people don't come back to church for great resources or excellent preaching.
The church is in a deep deficiency of time.
There was a moment, maybe six months into the pandemic, that I felt a deep feeling of panic about church.
Is your church trying to figure out its future? Mine is! We often talk about God's will as if it's a treasure chest we simply need to discover. But discernment doesn't work that way.
We all need to take fresh steps in ministry and mission. An important part of fresh steps is discerning where your church is in its lifecycle.
While many churches might begin the process of merging as a way to keep the lights on, we're finding that the biggest motivation for any merger is actually for mission.
Easter is the good news of Jesus’ resurrection and the promise of the resurrection to eternal life for all who believe in him. But hidden from view is a greater and more stunning reality.
How do we maintain enthusiasm for God's mission? Here are four Biblical truths to keep our love for God's mission alive in our congregations.