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CNLP 281: Heather Zempel with an Inside Look at Washington DC and Ministry Trends Among Young Adults and Post-Christian Culture

by Carey Nieuwhof: Heather Zempel is a biological engineer who started working as a policy advisor to a US Senator on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. She now works with Mark Batterson doing ministry on Capitol Hill. In a wide ranging interview, Heather describes the culture in DC during the […]

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Learn How to Transform and Multiply Disciples Through Micro Groups with the Global Discipleship Initiative (GDI)

by Bobby Harrington: Meet Greg Ogden, author/speaker/teacher and Chairman of the Board of the Global Discipleship Initiative (GDI). We want you to meet Greg because our goal is to help you find the best guides out there, so you can become a more effective disciple maker. During our interview with […]

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The Kryptonite of Multisite Momentum

.et_post_meta_wrapper by Portable Church Industries: Sustaining Multisite Momentum When You Have a Big Vision “Faster than a speeding bullet! More powerful than a locomotive! Able to leap tall buildings at a single bound!” “Look! Up in the sky!” “It’s a bird!” “It’s a plane!” “It’s Superman!” This could be heard […]

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Fresh Expressions of the Church

by Healthy Growing Churches: On July 11th, 2017 the Barna Group published an article on their website that began with this paragraph: “It may come as no surprise that the influence of Christianity in the United States is waning. Rates of church attendance, religious affiliation, belief in God, prayer and […]

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5 Unfair Criticisms of Large Churches It’s Time To Drop

by Cary Nieuwhof: When you think of large churches and mega-churches, what comes to mind? If there’s one thing I learned from writing about the church, it’s that some people hate megachurches. With a passion. I try not to engage the trolls and the haters in the comments on my blog […]

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How Portability is Setting Churches Free

.et_post_meta_wrapper by Portable Church Industries: This Fourth of July, churches across America will be celebrating and praying for the nation. It’s great to live in a free country, isn’t it? Well, did you know that your church can also enjoy greater freedom? Yes, that’s right! Portability can set your church free […]

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Leading Yourself Well – Five Podcasts

by Healthy Growing Churches: This summer, our focus has been on helping you lead well. We posted about leading ourselves, our families,  our ministries, through transformation, and leading through conflict and adversity. Over the next few weeks, we want to share with you some of our favorite resources to help […]

Foundations 2019

A One-Day Virtual Training Experience This one-day training will introduce church planters to foundational strategies, practices, and principles of church planting. Through 15 fast-paced learning sessions, Foundations equips future planters with helpful knowledge, tools and resources they’ll use on their church planting journey. We’ll go beyond theory and focus on […]

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5 Signs You’re Becoming an Irrelevant Leader

by Carey Nieuwhof: So how relevant are you as a leader? Any idea how you’d answer that accurately? You can debate how important relevance is all day long (and many do), but the truth is irrelevant leaders make almost no impact on the people or causes around them. Why is […]

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My Top 5 Recent Reflections on American Disciple Making

by Bobby Harrington: Summer is almost upon us and many of us take this time of transition to reflect and to look forward. Discipleship.org exists to help you find success in making disciples. When you choose to be a disciple who makes disciples, we call you a hero, and our […]