Ministry Impact

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What’s Wrong with the Church?

John Gilman July 31, 2014

What’s wrong with the Church? This question might offend some people. However, it is a question we must consider. First of all, Jesus told Peter in Matthew 16:18 that “the gates of Hell will not prevail against it.” Certainly, we take Jesus’ words as absolute truth, but it doesn’t discount that some churches will struggle… Continue Reading »

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Ministry Impact Story: Two Rivers Church, Knoxville, TN

Meredith Mahon Morris July 30, 2014

Two Rivers Church, right outside of Knoxville, TN,  is doing what it takes to reach people of all generations. Not only do they offer 6 different worship times on the weekend, but the uniqueness comes from 3 different styles of worship that are all on the same campus. This new trend is called multi-venue and… Continue Reading »

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6 Ways to Make Your Sermons Stick

John Gilman July 29, 2014

Do your sermons stick or are you just an information dump truck? You’re teaching, but are your people learning? Information dumping doesn’t make disciples. You don’t become doctors just by sitting in medical lectures. You won’t be a pro-ball player by memorizing stats. And you won’t get in shape by reading a biology book. Jesus calls… Continue Reading »

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Ministry Impact Story: Fishing Creek Salem UMC, Goldsboro, PA

Meredith Mahon Morris July 23, 2014

God has been doing big things in Fishing Creek Salem United Methodist Church. Lives are being changed, lost people are finding Christ, and people in need are finding hope. This church isn’t new, but founded in 1842. These congregants have been doing the work of Christ for 170 years. They’ve seen generations come and go…. Continue Reading »

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Five Ways Pastors Fail on Facebook.

John Gilman July 18, 2014

Facebook is everywhere. Pastors can use it to reach people, but here are five ways Pastors Fail on Facebook. Liking someone’s picture late at night. Everyone creeps on Facebook, but there’s a difference between creeping and being creepy. Creeping is ok in moderation. You can get to know people and learn how to connect with… Continue Reading »

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Don’t Pass On Password Managers

Rebecca Moore July 9, 2014

Password Manager programs have been around for a while. However, not many people are utilizing these programs to help protect them and their information on the Internet. These programs help to keep your passwords strong and your information safe. What is a password manager? A password manager is software or a website that helps you… Continue Reading »

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Influencing Ministry Software By Becoming a CAT…

Kristen Hardaway July 8, 2014

Hi. I’m Kristen and I’m a UX Designer. Typically when I tell people my job title, they look at me like I made it up. But it’s real, I promise! Let me explain. “UX” stands for “user experience.” Over the last five or so years at ACS Technologies, we’ve built a whole team that focuses… Continue Reading »

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Ministry Impact Story: Downtown Presbyterian, Nashville, TN

Celeste Kahn June 25, 2014

  Historic Church, Contemporary Ministry  Downtown Presbyterian Church in Nashville, TN, is anything but typical. The congregation gathers each week in the historic sanctuary, where they are greeted by a stunning Egyptian Revival motif and antique pipe organ. The church is also home to studio space for eight local Nashville artists. The church prides itself on… Continue Reading »

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5 Words of Wisdom to Ministers on Father’s Day

John Gilman June 13, 2014

The month of June is exciting for most families because it represents for many the end of school, summer break, and hopefully some well-deserved time of family vacation. However, perhaps even more important is the third Sunday of the month, which is a day celebrated and known as Father’s Day. For most ministers, it is… Continue Reading »

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Does Your Church Need the Cloud? Part 4

Mark Thompson June 13, 2014

Part Four: The Cloud and Involvement I know a church elder whose impressions of social media were forever ruined when his daughter ran off  with a…well let’s call him a “character”…that she met on Facebook. On the other hand, consider the case of a Lutheran church that was actually saved by its online blog. Like all… Continue Reading »

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