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Dec 30, 2013
Year in Review

Top Church Trends Posts of 2013

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Top Church Trends Posts of 2013

By trade, I am a missiologist—I study the Church for a living. I study the ins-and-outs of Church life, and I study the people that make up the Church. As a result, many of my blog posts, particularly those that fall under the Mondays are for Missiology category, are focused on the Church and trends within Church life.

Here are five of the Top Church Trends Posts of 2013, with excerpts:

1.The State of the Church In America: Hint: It's Not Dying

2. Trends Among the Fastest-Growing and Largest U.S. Churches

3. Multisite Evolution

4. 2 Wrong Ways to Think About Church Buildings

5. Continualist Christians: An Overview

I wrote a few other posts on Continualist Christians and the charismatic movement this year as well. You can find them here, here, and here.

Posted:December 30, 2013 at 10:00 am

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