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3 Relationships Worth Your Investment

John Gilman May 12, 2016

In our digital society face-to-face interactions are no longer the norm. Our days are filled with quick interchanges of 140 characters or less, sound bytes, YouTube videos and Instagram photos that relay snippets of our lives. We don’t often find or make time for long talks, leisurely lunch dates or marathon phone conversations. Our world… Continue Reading »

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Staying in Sync with a Growing Church

John Gilman May 10, 2016

I’ve been blessed to be a part of several growing organizations. Growth excites people, but growth hurts. It stretches people and systems. Leaders have to decrease their direct control and increase their communication. I’ve seen growth stretch church leaders and force them to create scalable systems that work in different campus locations and sizes. Nothing… Continue Reading »

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Don’t Put The Brakes on Summer Groups

John Gilman May 2, 2016

It’s tempting to waive the white flag, to throw your hands up in surrender, to the summer slump. Many churches simply resign their efforts and re-appropriate them in the fall. First on the chopping block of suspended ministries are groups. It’s almost expected that groups will take a break during the summer months. But, doing… Continue Reading »

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On the Road Again: Safety Tips for Church Vehicles

Amy Scott-Lundy April 6, 2016

In the church safety series, we’ve discussed forming a safety team and steps to take to make your church safer. Keeping your members and attendees safe doesn’t end when you leave the church grounds. Many churches use church vehicles to transport those who are otherwise unable to come to church and for off-campus events so… Continue Reading »

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What Summer Means for Small Groups

John Gilman April 4, 2016

When summertime hits, people go places. Beaches, amusement parks, lakes, cabins, vacation homes; you name it, people go there. They want to be out and about, shaking off that cabin fever that’s plagued so many for too long. It seems like people go everywhere more, except to your church’s small groups. People want a break… Continue Reading »

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From the Outside Looking in: Safe Church Buildings and Property

Amy Scott-Lundy March 23, 2016

So far, we’ve discussed forming a church safety team and helping your church deal prepare for potential medical emergencies. However, installing first aid kits and training volunteers in basic first aid is only the first step of keeping your church safe. While we may think of the church as the people within our congregations rather… Continue Reading »

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