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Learning from the Top 10 Ideals of the Global South Church – Part 1

Rachel Ankers November 6, 2017

Reports from around the world are coming in at a rapid rate detailing the amazing growth of believers and church congregations in the Global South.  After living overseas in a third-world country for two decades and witnessing first-hand this incredible growth, I can confirm it’s true!  These churches in developing and persecution-filled parts of the… Continue Reading »

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5 Ways You Can Participate in Orphan Care this Year

Rachel Ankers November 2, 2017

November is National Adoption Month, and many churches set aside the first Sunday in November as Orphan Sunday. They focus time during their service on the plight of the fatherless and the opportunities we have as believers to make a difference in this issue.  In both the Old and New Testament, Scripture speaks to our… Continue Reading »

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Make your church website reign supreme

Kaitlyn Grooms November 1, 2017

Have you ever heard the phrase “Content is King”? If so, you’ve probably dabbled in web development or Internet marketing. Basically, it means that you should focus on the information on your website rather than how trendy it looks. Of course, presentation is important, but content can make or break the experience for your viewers…. Continue Reading »

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A Piece of the Pie: A Guide to Generous Missions Giving

Jennifer Byrd October 30, 2017

As leaders in growing churches, we receive so many requests every day, requests that demand our time, our energy and, certainly, our church’s funding. Whether it is a staff member wanting to start a new project, a homeless person in need of immediate aid or an international partner seeking to grow and expand a ministry,… Continue Reading »

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Social media’s impact on fundraising in the 21st century

Rachel Ankers October 27, 2017

Let’s face it…. We all need money to run our churches, our organizations, and our non-profit adventures.  As a result, Christian leaders have to spend some portion of their time and energies on fundraising to do all God has called them and their people to do. But fundraising in the 21st century looks a little… Continue Reading »

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4 Simple Steps to Move Your Church Toward Inclusion

John Gilman October 26, 2017

A trending topic in our nation is inclusion. This conversation has begun to slowly cross over into our churches as well, particularly regarding individuals with special needs. October is Down Syndrome awareness month and places the spotlight on the 1 in 700 babies born every year with this diagnosis. Churches are becoming more aware of… Continue Reading »

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Time for a Check-Up! Is Your Church Globally Healthy?

Rachel Ankers October 24, 2017

Living in America today means living in an ethnically and socially diverse nation. We are more aware than ever of the immigrants from around the world landing on American soil in search of jobs, family and freedom, still chasing the American Dream. At the same time, global travel is easier and cheaper than ever before…. Continue Reading »

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3 MUST-HAVES for a Successful Fall Festival

Meredith Mahon Morris October 19, 2017

October is the prime time for church fall festivals. Hosting a Hallelujah Harvest, Trunk or Treat or some other fall festival is a great way to introduce your church to new families in a non-intimidating way. Most churches invest money and time in the hopes of holding a successful outreach event for families. Families are… Continue Reading »

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4 Unsung Heroes in Every Church

Rachel Ankers October 16, 2017

October is Pastor Appreciation Month and is established as a time to honor and show our respect and gratitude for all that our pastors sacrifice for our church body. But why stop at showing our thanks to just our pastors? There are so many other people who play important roles in making the church function…. Continue Reading »

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Creating a Conflict-Free Climate

Jennifer Byrd October 6, 2017

Anytime people gather together, there’s always a chance that conflict will happen. Christian or not, people disagree, hurt each other, and take offense at the things others do. Conflict creates toxic environments that keep people from the purpose God intended for them. Conflict comes with community. Since churches thrive in community, we must become experts… Continue Reading »

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