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In-Person Church Attendance Is Here To Stay (But 5 Ways It’s Changing In the Future)

By Carey Nieuwhof: As things continue to change and the crisis we’re in drags on, you’re probably asking what’s going to happen to physical church attendance in the future. That’s a really important question. The good news is that as long as there are people, people will gather. The need […]

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Millennials, Gen Z and Your Church with Benjamin Windle

By unSeminary: Thanks so much for joining us for another unSeminary podcast. Today we’re talking with Benjamin Windle. A native Australian, Benjamin has worked as a youth and young adult pastor in the US and currently helps churches develop Generational Intelligence in reaching Millennials and Gen Z through an assortment […]

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Episode 542: Current Strategy for a Young Church Plant

By New Churches: In Episode 542 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd discuss how a young church plant can rebuild after COVID. “Should a struggling church plant go back to core team phase if COVID has affected it in such a way where it has not grown?” In […]

The Battle to Save Our Disenfranchised Church? It's Not in Our Buildings. It's Online.

By The Church.Digital: David Kinnaman of Barna quoted the stat, and he’s way smarter than me. 30% of people will leave the church during this COVID season. Mathematically, a Christian research company is claiming your church will potentially lose 30% of your pre-COVID attendance in the coming months. Most churches, […]

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The Western Church Needs A New Evangelism Strategy: 5 Promising Options

This post is written by Dillon Smith, a Gen Z team member at Carey Nieuwhof Communications. By Dillon Smith Even before the pandemic struck, the western church has been filling fewer and fewer stadiums over the last few decades. As Gordon Macdonald talked about in this interview, the days of Billy […]

The Church is Going Digital, and Venture Capitalists are Noticing

By The Church.Digital: Last week, Bloomberg.com published an article about venture funding backing religious apps. The article starts out; “COVID-19 has upended the traditional Sunday service, taking sermons from the pulpit to the screen. It’s sparking a long overdue digital awakening for churches across the country and investors are taking notice.” Even […]

PODCAST 102: Essential Ecclesiology Enabling Digital Church Planting

by The Church.Digital: We’ve talked a lot here about the idea of multiplying church, which can be difficult to understand sometimes since the idea of multiplication is so, well, rare in the US church world. Even pre-2020, we’re lucky if we’re growing, most likely we’re flatlining, or even trending down. […]

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3 Shocking Statistics That Show How Quickly, Radically (and Permanently?) Church Is Changing in 2020

By Carey Nieuwhof: When you’re in the middle of a disruption, it’s hard to know exactly what’s changing, let alone how deeply or permanently things are changing. As 2020 soon draws to a close, there are three numbers that, at least for me, show how quickly, radically and perhaps permanently […]

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What Are Micro Churches?

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 […]

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Now That You’re Online Far More: How to Handle the Critics, Trolls and Weirdness

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 […]