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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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Churches and Instagram in 2020: Podcast 278

In this podcast, Nils Smith and Aaron Magnuson talk about developments and challenges in the world of social media in 2019 and new opportunities for churches and organizations at the start of 2020. Listen as they share their thoughts on different social media platforms they are looking to invest their […]

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10 Ways the World Dramatically Changed in the 2010s

by Carey Nieuwhof: Time flies. And while you’re busy leading, the world is busy changing, again. While many of us remember 2010 like it was yesterday, it wasn’t yesterday. Things have changed, a lot. And we’re again on the verge of a fresh decade—the 2020s. In leadership, it’s critical to […]

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What Churches Can Learn from Kanye West: Podcast 275

by Leadership Network: In this podcast, Nils Smith and Aaron Magnuson talk about Kanye West’s newest album “Jesus is King,” and his Sunday Services. Listen as Nils and Aaron share their thoughts on what churches can learn from the virality of his latest artistic project that has gained various opinions […]

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5 Digital Shifts That Are Impacting Church Growth

This guest post is written by Angela Faith, Digital Strategist at one of our trusted partners, Pro WEBFIRE. Pro WEBFIRE spends every day on the edge of the digital space, and I’m excited to share what Angela and the team are learning. The ever increasing shifts in culture seem to […]

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Why My Generation Probably Won’t Reach The Next Generation

by Carey Nieuwhof: I am passionate about reaching and equipping the next generation. But here’s a chilling thought that’s been growing in me over the last few years: what if my generation won’t be the one to do it? At least not fully. At least not nearly as badly as […]

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3 Ways to Be More Discerning in Church

by Teasi Cannon: I don’t want to fall for false teachings. I don’t want to be led astray regarding what the Bible teaches, and I don’t want my children deceived either. I’ll bet you feel the same. But I’m not a professional theologian, nor do I have time to become […]

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Episode 431: Leveraging Halloween for the Gospel

by NewChurches.com: In Episode 431 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss how churches can best use Halloween to reach the lost with the gospel. “What do you think is the best way that churches can leverage Halloween for the gospel?” In This Episode, You’ll Discover: A strategy […]

The New Atheists and how to serve them well

Photo by Capuski/iStock / Getty Images by Greg Curtis: If you are in community with young adults and are in a multi-generational church like I am, you have caught a whiff of the phenomena I am about to talk about. Maybe that exposure came from… A young leader in your […]

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8 Things That Are Right (Not Wrong) About Young Leaders

by Carey Nieuwhof: College-aged people and young leaders in their twenties and early thirties have a bit of a bad rap. If you listen to many Baby Boomer and Gen-X leaders talk about younger leaders, the complaints come quickly. They Don’t work hard enough. Seem to want it all, now […]