Tuesday, May 24, 2016

On the Net: "Why the Local Church Is Trending Up" and More

Why the Local Church Is Trending Up

At any point in its history, the church is a case study in the contrast between appearance and reality. Despite all indications to the contrary, and far beyond any expectations, it has flourished. Read More

Forget Church Growth, Aim for Church Health

When I wrote The Purpose Driven Church, I predicted that church health – not church growth – would be the primary concern of the 21st Century church. I believe that prediction is proving itself true. Read More

9 Ways to Maximize Your Leadership in Your 20s

If you’re in your 20s, you don’t need to sprint through this season. Use it to prepare yourself for the person you want to become. Read More

Current Update on Why Pastors Are Quitting – Rainer on Leadership #227 [Podcast]

On today’s podcast, Thom Rainer and Jonathan Howe update listeners on 10 current reasons that pastors are leaving the ministry. Read More

Darkness, Being Anonymous, and Church

Does darkness and anonymity impact one’s behavior? Read More

Amplifying Evangelism—One Critical Component in Becoming an Engaging Church

If we want churches to be evangelistic, we need to emphasis evangelism. Read More

Evangelism Is Better Caught Than Taught

Whether you are a busy pastor or a busy leader in your church, you can live what you lead in the area of outreach. Read More

Religious 'nones' outnumber Christians in England and Wales

More people in England and Wales say they have no religion than say they are Christians, according to new analysis – and the number is increasing. Read More

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