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Fall 2009: Your Walls Talk
volume 30, Issue 4
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Why we sometimes can't see problems with our facility.
A new breed of church planters is discovering it's smart to stay at the YMCA.
What a Sunday blackout revealed.
In the Bible, locations and structures mean something. What is your facility saying?
Our modest effort to use our facility to serve the neighborhood.
Providing people a place to practice their faith may require facilities the community lacks.
Why internet campuses are making us reconsider our assumptions about ministry.
There's good reason for online worship, even if you're not a megachurch.
Survey shows average salary and benefits decline.
Expectations and the economy are forcing churches to ask foundational questions.
There is fear in asking, but pastors can learn to do it right.
They can be outposts of mission, not just a drain on resources.
A review of Re:Jesus by Michael Frost and Alan Hirsch
The kingdom of God flurishes in the most unlikely facilities.
An alternative format may restore the effectiveness of your congregational meetings.
It's critical to exegete your culture and not just the Bible.
How praying the Daily Offices is uniting a church in the Spirit.
What it takes to prevent congregational decline.
How to minister wisely when it shows up in your congregation.
What Iraq taught me about living the Presence.
The unexpected challenges of multi-ethnic ministry.
A city planner says it is time for churches to serve their communities by restoring sacred spaces to the public square.
How three churches are pioneering new ways to use facilities for the gospel.