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  • www.newchurches.com

    Home > Blog > What Are Micro Churches? October 21, 2020 What Are Micro Churches? By New Churches Team The Idea of Micro Church Ralph Moore is an author, speaker, and serial church planter. In 1966, When he was 19 and a student in a Bible, he decided to read Acts at least 5 times read more…

  • www.careynieuwhof.com

    By Carey Nieuwhof: Ready or not, both you and your church are online more than ever before. You’re streaming your services live and posting clips and videos on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and TikTok. Handling the tech is one thing, but a question many don’t think of is how to handle the people. As you’ve probably read more…

  • www.newchurches.com

    Home > Blog > How Do You Measure Church Plant Success? How Do You Measure Church Plant Success? By New Churches Team Timing for how to measure church plant success can be tricky. There are two big phases: (1) core and launch team development and (2) going public. Core and launch team development take 3–9 read more…

  •   by Greg Curtis: It’s a humbling experience to be speaking alongside thought leaders of this caliber. I am so excited about this conference and the help it will give to all of us who strive to serve and connect guests….and it’s coming in just a few weeks from now! Are you concerned about the number read more…

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    By Carey Nieuwhof: Who are you really ‘competing’ against in ministry? It’s an interesting question, and you may be tempted to dismiss as either inappropriate or bad theology. Fair enough. Except a lot of leaders are competitive, and if you’ve ever felt yourself secretly resenting anything that seems to be competing with your ministry’s growth, read more…

  • www.newchurches.com

    Home > Blog > Leadership Development in Your Church Leadership Development in Your Church By New Churches Team Everyone is doing leadership development in some fashion. We approach development in the way we have been developed. Some people are doing an apprenticeship model. Some are using a classroom model. Whatever it is that you are read more…

  • www.discipleship.org

    By Ken Adams: I recently spent a week of vacation just outside of Bradenton, Florida in Ana Maria Island. Sunshine, ocean, sand, golf, seafood: it was a great week to relax. It was everything you could ask for in a beach vacation. However, I did have one unexpected highlight—I was able to watch disciples multiply read more…