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Those awkward moments may be a hint that God is at work.
Church services can still be attractive when we stop being attractional.
I'm often surprised at what people assume.
A case study in leadership discernment
An easy way to connect with your audience
Kyle Idleman discusses three phases of transformation.
If you set the bar low for church membership, don't be surprised when people fail to commit.
Encouraging a deeper commitment
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One large church is learning how to grow a core of disciples amid the crowd of attenders.
How one megachurch is moving away from large-scale programs and embracing ancient monastic practices to spur spiritual growth.
What do people learn from you about the Christian life? Sometimes it's what you never intended to teach.
John Ortberg challenges church leaders to examine their actions to see what others might be learning from them.
The most important growth is not a "me" thing but a "we" thing.
John Ortberg examines what it really means for the church to be "the body of Christ."
What we expect from leaders, why we name specific sins, and how that's working out.
Kevin Miller explains how his church started holding its volunteers to a moral-lifestyle policy and how this form of accountability has drawn its leaders closer together.
Distressed by consumer Christianity, this church razed the ministries enjoyed by so many for so Iong—and started over.