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Perspective on the buzz

Ed Stetzer sees an intriguing megachurch trend—away from building bigger facilities to favor smaller (and more) church buildings.

Of course, multi-site strategy is nothing new, but Thom Schultz (among others) recently voiced his skepticism on the sustainability of the church franchising idea.

Finally, David Murrow opines on the American church 50 years out; saying it will be both "bigger and smaller; less centralized and more efficient at meeting people's needs."

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Posted: September 16, 2013; All posts for week of September 16, 2013

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