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He Blinded Me With Science

by Peyton Jones: Continuing from my previous blog, when you look at Paul, there was no “i” in his name, or in his methods. Paul recruited teams of diverse leaders. Like a wise master builder (or contractor), Paul was able to draft plumbers, framers, roofers, and electricians so to speak when […]

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I Can’t Wait Until We Are In Our Own Building

by Dave Travis: “I can’t wait until we are in our own building.” Not so fast. This statement is heard a lot among church planters and campus pastors who are currently in portable facilities. It is easy to get fatigued running the week in, week out, load in and load out […]

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The Three Things Every Campus Pastor Needs to Do

By Sam Yoon: As a campus pastor, I want to hit it out of the park. I want to reach more people for Jesus and have the church grow. To accomplish this, I feel the need to control every situation and manage every part of the church. Who else is better […]

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Church Planting Versus Starting a Church

by Peyton Jones: MISSION OBJECTIVES: To understand the difference between Church Starting and Church Planting. To understand the difference between what Paul did versus what we do. In Saving Private Ryan, Tom Hanks’s character receives an apology that his squad is getting deployed to another dangerous mission.  In Saving Private […]

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Get Your People to Post Online Church Ratings

by Patrick Bradley: Having your team post online church ratings could make the difference between whether someone decides to visit your church gatherings or not. Have you ever looked up ratings for restaurants or contractors online? I have. I want to know something about the reputation and track record of […]

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4 Ways to Find Launch Members

By Daniel Im: The process of gathering a launch team is not an easy task. With the right training almost anyone can plan the launch, mail appropriate advertising, and prepare for people to come on the launch day. But molding an effective launch team is another story. There are several ways […]

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7 Pivotal Shifts That Will Revolutionize The Church In 2018

by Peyton Jones: Ever since I accidentally planted a church in a Starbucks, I’ve been on a quest. Arthur sent his knight errant in pursuit of the Holy Grail, whereas I am on a perpetual search for a link to what Paul did in the first century. Something Apostolic. Something that will break […]

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Episode 232: Planting with a Multigenerational Approach

by NewChurches.com: How do you encourage age diversity in your new campus? In Episode 232 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss the need for multiple generations in a church body, and how to encourage that as you plant a new campus or church. Here’s Tim with today’s question: […]

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How to Attract and Keep Amazing Volunteers You Can’t Afford to Pay

by Carey Nieuwhof: You’ve probably fallen into the trap of thinking that the only way you can attract and keep great people is to pay them. It’s a natural way to think when you’re in leadership. First of all, that’s not true. And second, if you lead a church, there’s no […]

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6 Dirty Secrets about Multisite Churches That (Almost) No-one is Talking About

by Rich Birch: Is your church considering going multisite? It would seem like every church leader I talk with is wrestling with this approach on reaching new communities. Studies have shown that basically every growing church is either already multisite or actively looking into it. I’ve been a practitioner of […]