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The Power of Multiplication

by Doug Holliday: My dear friend Michael Titus serves as the country Director for J-Life Tanzania. Michael grew up in a Muslim home, yet Christ miraculously appeared to him in a dream. The next day, a Sunday, he walked almost 15 miles to the nearest church. When he arrived, the […]

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CNLP 268: Luis Palau on His Friendship With Billy Graham, How Evangelism Has Changed, And How to Be More Alive at Age 84 than Most 24 year olds

by Carey Nieuwhof: Luis Palau has been leading crusades for over 53 years. In this powerful interview, he talks about his friendship with Billy Graham, why crusades were so effective a generation ago, and how he and his team changed the methods to keep the mission alive. Luis is now […]

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5 Key Questions You Should Ask If Your Church Isn’t Growing

Chances are you didn’t get into leadership to see your church stop accomplishing its mission. One of the primary missions of the local church is to reach new people with Christ’s love, which, naturally, implies growth. But almost every church (and almost every organization) faces seasons in which growth stops. […]

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5 Questions About Invitability And Its Impact on Your Church

by unSeminary: The difference between churches that are growing and those that aren’t is prevailing churches enable their people to invite friends to church. Growing churches are full of people who invite their friends. What separates churches that have plateaued or are in decline from those that are seeing growth […]

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Accountability You Can Sink Your Teeth Into

by Jim Putman, The word accountability has been subtly stolen from us by our enemy. He’s happy to distort accountability by either of two errors. Many call their small groups “accountability groups”, but all they do is share their struggles. They don’t do anything to help one another change, usually […]

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START WITH THE LOST

Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email by Peyton Jones: Paul always started with outreach. You can’t just start with Christians, and expect the lost to magically turn up. To turn magical thinking into a reality, somewhere between stage 2 and 3 is a secret locomotive platform that you’ve got to […]

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Discipleship and the Church

by Downline: A few years back I was catching up with a friend who is on staff with a campus ministry. He loves the lost and has a real desire to see the world, and students in particular, come to faith and grow in maturity. As we discussed his plan […]

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A Discipleship Revolution

If we’re going to see revival in twenty-first century churches across America, it’s not going to happen without a discipleship revolution. This revolution needs to happen everywhere—in Baptist churches in Missouri, in Anglican churches in Arizona, in Pentecostal churches in Pennsylvania, in non-denominational churches in California, and beyond. It will […]

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STUCK IN THE MIDDLE

Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email To catch the blog post about Missional VS. Attractional CLICK HERE! by Peyton Jones: Each church planter is seemingly faced with a choice as to what path they will take, deeming one path as the way of the Jedi, and the other as the […]

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Weekly Update: What Do We Mean by “Disciple,” “Disciple Making,” and “Discipleship”?

by Bobby Harrington: Words matter. Definitions matter, especially with regard to words and concepts we find in Scripture. A particular word may carry different definitions and meanings, depending on one’s perspective, and this is true for discipleship language. That means we can use the same language about discipleship as someone […]