Episode 598: Video Preaching or Live Preaching?
By NewChurches.com: In Episode 598 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd discuss the choice between video preaching and live preaching. In This Episode, You’ll Discover: The teaching strategy Daniel is installing at his church Ways to communicate more regularly if you are not the lead teaching pastor Shareable […]
What’s So Dangerous About Misinterpreting the Bible?
By Daniel McCoy: Dr. Orpheus J. Heyward is involved every day in the trenches helping people to be disciples of Jesus. He uses the Word of God as his foundational manual for disciple making. And yet … there are many people with questions about Scripture. The following is a Question […]
Do You Need a Preaching Calendar?
Home > Blog > Do You Need a Preaching Calendar? Do You Need a Preaching Calendar? By New Churches Team As a pastor, you may be planning your sermons just a week or two at a time. But are you interested in planning a year ahead? Here is a step-by-step […]
Dunning-Kruger Effect: What is it? How is it Impacting Your Church Leadership?
By unSeminary: In 1999, Psychologists David Dunning and Justin Kruger presented a landmark study that identified an important cognitive bias, which has subsequently been named the Dunning-Kruger Effect. Simply put, what they proved is that this effect causes people to overestimate their knowledge or ability, particularly in areas where they […]
Episode 559: Preaching on Church Planting
By NewChurches.com: In Episode 559 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss an outline for a sermon series on church planting “If you had four Sundays at the very beginning of the year in January, what are four big things you would talk about to begin the visioning […]
What Can We Do About All the Problems? We Can Keep Showing Up
By Brandon Cox: So, what do we do about all this stuff? Years of preaching and listening to sermons about how to be positive, happy, and successful definitely did NOT prepare us to endure a lengthy global pandemic, which triggered a recession, which occurred during an election year, in which […]
A New Year’s Resolution Worth Repeating
Home > Blog > A New Year’s Resolution Worth Repeating A New Year’s Resolution Worth Repeating By Michael Kelley Here we are, the first week of the new year. And because we are, most of us are considering resolutions. There are the standard promises of weight loss, gym membership, more […]
CNLP 387: Harris III on How to Recover from Cynicism, Recapturing Wonder as a Leader and the Power of Story
By Carey Nieuwhof: Harris III traveled the world as a teenage illusionist, making a million dollars by age 21 and losing it all at age 22. His growing cynicism almost took him down, but around age 30, he learned to recapture wonder. He explains how wonder can not only recapture […]
Episode 545: How to Create a Preaching Calendar
By NewChurches.com: In Episode 545 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss planning out a one-year preaching calendar. In This Episode, You’ll Discover: A step-by-step guide to planning out a preaching calendar How long a sermon series should be Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches): “I do like to have a […]
Two ways to handle political division like Jesus did (Facebook Live summary session 11).
By: Greg Curtis I recently had a person make a confession to me. They were at a weekly men’s prayer breakfast with 4 new men attending. During the prayer request time, he had asked everyone to pray against our current president and his policies as he believed all Christians should. […]