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Your Toolkit for Planning Strategically

Jan Jasmin January 20, 2017

With the New Year, your church has the opportunity to focus on new beginnings and set new resolutions and goals for the future of your ministry. Whether you want to grow church membership, increase stewardship or have another project in mind, your success depends on developing your project plan with strategy and focus. Here are… Continue Reading »

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Finding Community in 2017

Meredith Mahon Morris January 19, 2017

It isn’t hard to find an article or study that proves the benefits found in living in community with others. Healthy friendships have been found to have a positive impact on a person’s physical health, mental clarity, positive decision making, emotional health, self-esteem and even lengthened lifespan! So why do so many of us find… Continue Reading »

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Reaching the Selfie Generation

John Gilman January 18, 2017

The Selfie Generation lives by the motto, “this is our world and everyone else is just living it.” We are the Selfie Generation. Selfies dominate social networks. Kids take selfies, parents take selfies, and even our president takes selfies. People take far more pictures of themselves than they do of others. We are the centers… Continue Reading »

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Ministry Impact Story – Hardin Baptist Church, Hardin, KY

Meredith Mahon Morris January 16, 2017

Since its birth in 1893, Hardin Baptist Church, in the small farming town of Hardin, KY, has been on a mission: to glorify God by growing disciples who make disciples. And they’re not just interested in making disciples within the church. The leaders of Hardin fill her people with the truth of the gospel and… Continue Reading »

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Moving Your Church to the Cloud

Mark Thompson January 13, 2017

What is the Cloud, and Why Make the Change? Cloud computing is when you store your records on computers that aren’t kept at your church. But you access and update them from any phone or computer that has Internet. “The Cloud” just sounds much cooler than “the Internet”, so the term’s caught on. The software… Continue Reading »

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Motivating Others in the New Year

John Gilman December 30, 2016

2016 has been a rough year. The political landscape was exhausting, several beloved celebrities have passed, and most people are worn out. Thankfully, 2017 is a blank canvas that, by God’s grace, we can make into something beautiful. Many people need fresh motivation, and leaders must find ways to motivate others if they are going… Continue Reading »

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Looking Ahead: What Do You Want December 2017 to Look Like?

Meredith Mahon Morris December 28, 2016

December is a time for reflecting on the past 11 months and taking an account. When you look back at your calendar for 2016 what do you find? Can you measure what you have accomplished and which of your goals you met? Are you satisfied with your progress in certain areas of your life or… Continue Reading »

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