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Generation X Takes the Reins; Church Groups Approach; Why Do Missionaries Quit? |
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Get Ready for Generation X to Take the ReinsLara Brown

OK, as a GenXer (does anyone really use that word anymore?), I thought this was interesting.

Managing the Downside of Your Groups ApproachEric Geiger

Another great piece from Eric Geiger. Our new book is Transformational Groups.

Matchmaker for Missionaries Tackles a Top Reason They Quit—Ken Walker

OK, I did not see this coming, but it is sure interesting.

Pastor Troy Gramling from Potential Church talks about reaching the unchurched, creating a church culture of reaching the unchurched and practical ways smaller churches can reach their secular neighbors. In this clip, Pastor Troy talks about how to intentional engage the unchurched. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:March 24, 2014 at 7:00 am

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