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Tips for Evangelism in a Post-Christian Era

Home > Blog > Tips for Evangelism in a Post-Christian Era Tips for Evangelism in a Post-Christian Era By New Churches Team In every generation, people have defeater beliefs. The question is, how do you deconstruct them? Defeater beliefs cause them to think Christianity can’t be the only way because […]

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Episode 471: The Importance of Evangelism

In Episode 471 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss why there has been a decline of evangelism. In This Episode, You’ll Discover: What keeps people from sharing the gospel Some specific seminary programs worth looking into  Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches): “We are drawn to tools and the end […]

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How Do You Know When You’ve Made a Disciple?

Justin Gravitt: How do you know when you’ve made a disciple? It’s an important question, after all Jesus’ last words were for us make disciples as we go. It wasn’t a new mission, but rather one that He’d invited his disciples into very early in His ministry (Matthew 4:19). The […]

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Fear

by Craig Etheredge: Fear can hold you back, but the Spirit can make you bold. Probably the biggest excuse that keeps us from talking about Jesus is fear. We are afraid to talk to someone we don’t know. We are afraid of how they will respond. We are afraid of […]

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Why Do Small Groups Exist?

by Justin Gravitt: Recently I’ve been using two sneaky questions to ask pastors and small group participants why small groups exist at all. The question I ask pastors is, “I know nearly every church has them, but what Scriptural examples are there of small groups?” Most take me to Scriptures […]

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What Should I Do When I Disciple Someone?

by Justin Gravitt: Do you struggle to know what to do with the person you disciple? Most do. To solve the problem many people simply work through the hottest discipleship curriculum. After that the disciple is challenged to find someone else to “disciple” (i.e. go through the curriculum with). All […]

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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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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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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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Dangerous Disciples

by Impact Discipleship Ministries: I don’t know about you, but I want to be a dangerous disciple. I want to be the kind of disciple that Satan hates to see coming, the kind of disciple that the demons are trying to figure out how to slow down. I want to become […]