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Creating Community Over the Christmas Holidays

By Daniel Im: We all tend to spend our holidays in different ways. Some of us spend it with our families, others alone. Some with big Turkey feasts and others with mac and cheese or bbq chicken from the grocery store. However, the one thing that stays constant throughout the holiday […]

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Leadership Conversations with Mac Lake

by Peyton Jones: This week I have something new for you. Last month I was able to sit down with my good friends and great leader, Mac Lake. In this conversation, we talk about the call to church planting, building a team, and maximizing your team’s calling. I’m keeping this […]

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7 Other Weekend Metrics Church Leaders Should Study Regularly

by Rich Birch: Too often, church leaders only pay attention to weekend attendance and revenue patterns at their churches. Sometimes these numbers are referred to as “nickels and noses” or maybe the slightly more vulgar “butts and bucks.” However, there are many other factors to consider if we’re trying to […]

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3 Ways to Help Your Grand Opening Well-Wishers Help You

by Patrick Bradley: Your Launch Sunday attendance will be inflated by grand opening well-wishers. That can be good and bad at the same time. Here are some ideas to maximize the good and minimize the bad. Many churches experience a spike in attendance at their inaugural public worship gathering. Which […]

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How to Create a Culture of Service in Your Church

By Daniel Im: William Wallace, Melinda Gates, Hitler, Elvis Presley, Billy Graham, Nelson Mandela, Bono, and Jeff Bezos. What’s your off-the-cuff reaction when you hear those names? Do you think of similarities or differences? If you could group them together with one word, which one would you use? Would the word […]

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Releasing, Empowering, and Giving Permission

by Peyton Jones: I recently sat with my church planting team from Refuge Long Beach. We’d planted together and as I sat with the church planting team that I’d left over three years ago, we discussed the possibility of another site move. I could see it in their eyes. It was […]

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Recruiting Volunteers With the End in Mind

By New Churches Team: When Jesus began His ministry, He chose 12 men. He gave His life to them by pouring into them, teaching them, and training them. Now Jesus didn’t have to do that. He didn’t need volunteers to accomplish His work. But we do. As you recruit your […]

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Episode 303: Core Groups vs Launch Teams

by NewChurches.com: The terminology, ‘core group’ and ‘launch team’ fundamentally mean something different. In Episode 303 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss the fundamental differences between core groups and launch teams. Should I start with a core group or a launch team? In this episode, you’ll discover: […]

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5 Training Experiences to Help Your Team Feel Like First-time Guests

by Rich Birch: Have you ever felt like the training for your guest service team is lacking something? Are you ready to take your team to the next level, but you’re not sure where to begin? Are you tired of seeing another list of “tips” to help your team improve […]

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Episode 298: Resourcing Your Core Team

by NewChurches.com: Vision and values are transferred by people, not paper. In Episode 298 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd discuss developing your core team in preparation for a launch. Here’s Tim with today’s question: We’re getting ready to launch our second location in November. What resources would […]