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So You Want to Quit…

By Carey Nieuwhof: So you want to quit. I get it. This has been an excruciating crisis to live through and lead through. While 25% of all workers want to quit their jobs right now, it appears  it may be even worst for church leaders. Apparently, the majority of pastors […]

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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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5 Simple Questions About the Future Every Leader Should Be Asking Right Now

By Carey Nieuwhof: Knowing what you should do as a leader in normal times is hard enough. As you may have noticed, these aren’t normal times. Trying to figure out what to do in the midst of a global crisis is so much more complicated. So how do you cut […]

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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Lessons In Getting People Back to In-Person Services with Kyle Mercer

By unSeminary: Welcome to the unSeminary podcast! Today we have lead pastor Kyle Mercer with us from Two Cities Church in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Two Cities was originally planted out of The Summit Church with J.D. Greear in 2016 and grew to about 1300 people before covid, becoming one of […]

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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 […]

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Afraid of Disappointing People? 5 Ways People-Pleasing Is Starting to Hurt You in This Crisis

By Carey Nieuwhof: So you probably want people to like you and your leadership. Who doesn’t? If we’re honest with each other, most of us in leadership prefer to be be liked (rather than not liked). That’s natural and it’s not entirely unhealthy. But so many leaders would also quietly […]

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Pastors, Here’s Why Everyone’s So Mad At You Right Now

  by Carey Nieuwhof: You might be asking yourself as a church leader, why does everyone seem so angry with me right now? You’re not alone. As pastor appreciation month fades into the rearview mirror, despite getting a few chocolates and a handful of thank you cards (or nothing…that’s happened […]

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3 Groups of People in Your Church When It Comes to Change

Home > Blog > 3 Groups of People in Your Church When It Comes to Change 3 Groups of People in Your Church When It Comes to Change By Todd Adkins As you introduce change and adapt ministries, three groups of people will likely emerge. Napoleon said there were three […]

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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 […]