Author: Tom Pounder
Summer Family Fun Ideas during a Pandemic
By: New Life Christian Church The coronavirus has changed the way we do life these days. It has put a lot of our lives on hold as we’ve been trying to figure out what we can and cannot do. While it may still be confusing, we do not have to […]
Baptism and the Disciple Maker
By: Stan Rodda Over the years, much has been written on the topic of baptism. Churches have split over the topic. Commentaries have been written. The purpose of this post is not to clear up 2000 years of controversy surrounding baptism. It is to simply say that if we want […]
7 Reasons Your Church Should Merge With Another Church in 2020
By: UnSeminary In this season, many churches have been stalled by their plateaued or declining attendance, while other congregations are thriving and making an impact. 94% of all churches in the country are losing ground against the communities they serve. That means that if this trend continues, the message of […]
Two ways to handle political division like Jesus did (Facebook Live summary session 11).
By: Greg Curtis I recently had a person make a confession to me. They were at a weekly men’s prayer breakfast with 4 new men attending. During the prayer request time, he had asked everyone to pray against our current president and his policies as he believed all Christians should. […]
PODCAST 088: Matt Lombardi – What Do You Mean Your Church Won’t Experiment?
By: The Church.Digital Thank you very much, COVID. That long-term vision? That playbook? Your church’s strategy? It’s all trash. Every church is in startup mode, and we’re reimagining the idea of church moving forward. Reimagining is going to require some experimentation. Is your church capable of experimenting? Do they […]
7 Habits of Generation Z That Your Church Might Be Ignoring
By: Carey Nieuwhof This post is written by Dillon Smith, a Gen Z team member of mine. There’s no doubt that Gen Z has some different habits than previous generations. Thanks to the internet and smartphones, the environment that we’ve grown up in is completely unique, and unlike any generation […]
A New Normal
By: New Churches Home > Blog > A New Normal A New Normal By Ed Stetzer As states have begun varied and nuanced approaches to reopening businesses, parks, and more, we find ourselves asking more and more “How do we move forward?” I’m concerned about life after the pandemic, but […]
The Church is Messy, Isn’t It?
By: Brandon A. Cox The Church is Messy, Isn’t It? .et_post_meta_wrapper The church is messy, isn’t it? When I look around, I see that we’re often unsafe for the hurting, unkind to those who don’t see the world the way we do, and unlike Jesus in how we relate to […]