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  • www.newchurches.com

    Home > Blog > Funding Future Facilities Funding Future Facilities By John Muzyka Today’s economy requires churches to have specific funds set aside for ministry and facilities. For a church plant, the start-up phase requires support from outside groups and it requires the planter to be a good steward of the limited funds available. From read more…

  • by Shawn Lovejoy: Every organization has a vision statement. Does a well-worded vision statement grow an organization? Vision statements are a dime a dozen as far as I’m concerned. At the end of the day, a vision statement is just a statement. It has no life on its own. It cannot, nor will it ever, read more…

  • www.brandonacox.com

    The Two Big Reasons Why Believers Give Praise to God .et_post_meta_wrapper by Brandon Cox: We’re a pragmatic society. Meaning, we usually don’t invest time into doing something unless we can see the personal benefit of it, the more immediate the better. And pragmatism isn’t all bad. Sometimes the right question to ask is, what will get read more…

  • www.newchurches.com

    Home > Blog > Planting With the Intention of Multiplying Planting With the Intention of Multiplying By Ed Stetzer Today, I want to dive deeper into a few questions that new churches typically ask: If I’m a new church, should I plant another church? Should I wait and let my own church develop? What if read more…

  • www.careynieuwhof.com

    by Carey Nieuwhof: The problem with many leaders is that there is a gap between what they want to see happen and the courage it takes to get there. You dream of a radical new future, but then you answer email all day, go to meetings, inhale caffeine and go home before it’s too late read more…

  • www.brandonacox.com

    4 Ways to Show You’re Really ‘In Love’ with Your Spouse .et_post_meta_wrapper I first met my wife in high school. I was a senior, she was a junior, and we were seven lockers apart. We met. We talked… a LOT. We fell in love. That phrase is actually a pretty good descriptor of what often happens read more…

  • www.careynieuwhof.com

    This is a blog post by Dillon Smith. Dillon is the content manager for Carey Nieuwhof Communications and a member of the Speaking Team. You can book Dillon to speak at your next event or on for an interview on your podcast here. By Dillon Smith There are some things they just never teach you about leadership in read more…