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How Do You Plan to Make Disciples?

Home > Blog > How Do You Plan to Make Disciples? January 15, 2020 How Do You Plan to Make Disciples? By New Churches Team In Constant Pursuit Chris Hruska co-pastors City Life Church in Omaha, Nebraska, with Gavin Johnson. Both Chris and Gavin got their start in college ministry. […]

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6 Marks of the Church and Why They Matter

Home > Blog > 6 Marks of the Church and Why They Matter 6 Marks of the Church and Why They Matter By Ed Stetzer Many may hear the words ‘purpose’ and ‘church’ and immediately think about Pastor Rick Warren’s book The Purpose Driven Church. In the book, Rick lists […]

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Keep Your Passion for Jesus Boiling Hot

Keep Your Passion for Jesus Boiling Hot .et_post_meta_wrapper by Brandon Cox: I spent well over a decade of my adult life subscribing to an approach to theology that elevated logic and reason while deemphasizing emotion and feeling. It pitted objective truth against subjective experience as though the two were enemies. […]

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Pastor, Are You Making Disciples?

by Impact Discipleship Ministries: Here is one question every pastor ought to ask: “Who are you discipling?” If the mission of the Church is to make disciples, then every pastor ought to be making them. Every pastor ought to be personally engaged in the mission of making disciples. Why are […]

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The Paradigm Shift of Disciple Making

by Craig Etheredge: Dietrich Bonhoeffer grew up in an upper middle-class German family of doctors and scientists. So when he told his parents that he wanted to study theology, they were not that excited. Dietrich later became one of the world’s foremost theologians and thinkers of the 20th century. He […]

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Metrics That Matter in 2020

.et_post_meta_wrapper God did not bring us this far just to bring us this far. by Portable Church Industries: While we are humbled by the impact we have made for the Kingdom over the last 25 years, we are pumped about what God can do through us over the next 25. […]

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Leading a Church for This Generation with Josh Finklea

by unSeminary: Thanks for joining us for this week’s unSeminary podcast. I’m excited to have Josh Finklea with us today. He’s the lead pastor at The Rock in South Carolina. With five campuses, The Rock is one of the fastest growing churches in the country. It attracts people from a […]

Newsletter January 2020

Together In 2020 Building Momentum At Passion for Planting, we tell church planters that one of their main roles as a leader is to allocate finite resources to the critical growth path. That’s how they can build momentum within and through their organization. In doing so, the team stays on […]

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Three Ways for the Church to Seek Peace

Home > Blog > Three Ways for the Church to Seek Peace Three Ways for the Church to Seek Peace By Josh Laxton The influence of Christianity upon Western society seemingly has become a past experiment. As the Enlightenment experience failed—failing to eliminate all societal ills and bring about a […]

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Episode 454: The Difference in Multiplying and Reproducing

by NewChurches.com: In Episode 454 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd discuss what multiplication looks like. “Is there a difference between multiplying and reproducing?” In This Episode, You’ll Discover: How multiplication becomes a movement Characteristics of a movement Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches): “True multiplication is when you launch campuses […]