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Breaking the 200 Barrier: New Vintage Church in Richland, Washington
Church seeks to meet the needs of unbelievers in southwest Washington State
One day at a pastors' luncheon, early in our planting journey, another church planter friend asked me The third way to lead that will help cause numerical growth is to stay the course with
Breaking the 200 Barrier: Green Lake Presbyterian Church in Seattle, Washington
Church sets new long-term goals every three years.
We will be running posts in this series every other day, so stay tuned for a lot of great stories. We're consistently at 350-360 and just launched our third worship service. God is good.
Breaking the 200 Barrier: Renaissance Church in Decatur, Illinois
Church seeks to meet the needs of the un-churched and de-churched.
We will be running posts in this series every other day, so stay tuned for a lot of great Growth continued over the next year and in the Fall of 2015 we added a third gathering, this time at
Trick or Treat or Tracts: 1 in 3 Evangelical Pastors Want Gospel Given on Halloween
Meanwhile, 1 in 4 evangelicals said they skipped Halloween entirely last year.
A 2015 LifeWay study found about 6 in 10 Americans say Halloween “is all in good fun.” But about a third say they “With so many people celebrating Halloween, this one day has more
Chibok Schoolgirls Released in Exchange for Boko Haram Militants
The girls are the first to be freed since the group was kidnapped from a boarding school in 2014.
the Boko Haram group released a separate video, apparently filmed on Christmas Day 2015 and Ishaya, said they recognized their daughters in the video, while a third mother, Yana
Breaking the 200 Barrier: Cornerstone EFCA in Casper, Wyoming
Church seeks to meet the needs of a community that often travels on the weekends.
We will be running posts in this series every other day, so stay tuned for a lot of great stories. In 2013, the church added a third worship service to our schedule.
Sunday Journeys - One Month at Moody Church
I love the diversity of cultures, ages, and worship styles.
Third, the age diversity is refreshing. It's a fascinating place, and I'm learning more every day about the history and heritage, but also about the present and future.
Top 10 Stats Explaining the Evangelical Vote for Trump or Clinton
(UPDATED) These surveys suggest how—and why—evangelicals will split more than usual in 2016 election.
again Americans who worship weekly plan to vote for Trump 34% plan to vote for Clinton 14% plan to vote for a third-party candidate 2. Reuters polling 5-day rolling average as of Nov.
What Do White Evangelicals Owe People of Color in Trump’s America They Helped Create?
We carry each other’s burdens now so we can cry out with one voice for eternity.
ongoing wounds that many of our brothers and sisters deal with each day—prejudice, harassment Third, we must all speak for—and sometimes even join—those who are marginalized.
Religion Boosts US Economy More Than Apple, Amazon, and Google Combined
Study offers best estimate yet of the 'value of faith' in America: $1.2 trillion.
at the high end, religion makes the roughly the same amount as a third of the a place to host weddings, funerals, or large community events; may run schools or day cares; provides
Patriotic Worship is Coming to a Church Near You
Pastors and churches mix patriotism and worship around July 4th.
surveyed say their church will change its worship service to acknowledge America's Independence Day. A third of pastors (34 percent) say they plan to include other special ceremonies
Your Unchurched Friends Want to Know About Your Faith
And while they don’t want to go to church, they’re likely up for attending other church activities with you, LifeWay reports.
A third disagree (31%), while 1 in 9 isn't sure (12 Instead, McConnell suggested those who want to share their faith talk about how their relationship with Jesus affects them in day-to-day
Leadership Legacies: Why Character Trumps All
Good leaders are known for leading, encouraging, and caring for those in their organization.
Third, it says that the leadership legacies that really matter may have more to do with successfully glory of his name, and those with whom they stood shoulder to shoulder day by day to
Churches in America—Part 3
Convictional Christians are not leaving the faith.
Eight-in-ten members of the historically black Protestant tradition say they pray every day (as do 79% of About a third of Millennial Americans, according to Pew, are now Nones.
Only One-Third of Pastors Share 'Left Behind' End Times Theology
Here's how 1,000 Protestant clergy disagree on the rapture, the Antichrist, and other points of eschatology.
A third (31%) believe in amillennialism, the view that there's no 1,000-year reign—instead Jesus already rules the The rest of the details don't affect the day-to-day life of most Christians.
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A Journey as Old as Humanity Itself
A Journey as Old as Humanity Itself
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