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Is Your Church Helping People Experience God Through Worship?

Jennifer Byrd June 15, 2018

I was listening to a podcast recently and the gentleman being interviewed made a point that made me pause. He remarked that our pastors and worship leaders need to remember that the people they are leading and teaching do not necessarily experience God the same way they do. This is such an obvious point but… Continue Reading »

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Telling Everyone Everything is Harming the Way You Communicate

Keith Hudgins June 13, 2018

I was recently at a church that uses an online email service to communicate with congregants. We were discussing how effective it had been for them. They were very happy that 31% of their church opens the email every week. I even congratulated them on having such a high number. Stats say that is you… Continue Reading »

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Part I: Can Old Dogs Learn New Tricks?

Keith Hudgins June 8, 2018

I remember when I was just a young kid out in the hot, dry cotton fields of west Texas hearing my grandfather say, “You can’t teach old dogs new tricks.” This always stuck with me as an odd statement.  Now that I am the grandfather (old dog), I understand more clearly what he was saying. For… Continue Reading »

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3 Truths to Help Fathers Use Their Influence

Meredith Mahon Morris June 7, 2018

As Father’s Day approaches, our thoughts turn toward the tremendous privilege and responsibility of fatherhood. God speaks many times to fathers in Scripture and holds them to high standards (Ephesians 6:4). Men, in many different stages of life, will fill the seats of our congregations in June as we honor the role of fathers. Some… Continue Reading »

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Time Management for Church Leaders – Making Time for People

Rachel Ankers June 6, 2018

In this second part to our four-part series, we address one of the top priorities those in ministry must have: people.  Although it may seem obvious, often times we who are church leaders do not plan our time well enough to allow for the many needs that our church members will have both practically and… Continue Reading »

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Ministry Silos and the Church That Never Existed

Keith Hudgins May 29, 2018

Let me tell you about an imaginary church and their journey in the world of information management.  Let’s be clear. This is not your church! Your church would have never encountered this problem.  This is some “made up” church that never existed.  You probably cant even relate to the problems this church has encountered.. Read… Continue Reading »

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To VBS and Beyond: 4 Principles for VBS Follow Up

Keith Hudgins May 21, 2018

All of you remember the now famous words of Buzz Lightyear from “Toy Story.”  Sometimes when you think about VBS, you feel like you are on a journey to infinity…and beyond!  Planning for VBS usually begins around 6 to 8 months in advance of the event.  There are themes to consider, costumes to make, sets to build, volunteers to… Continue Reading »

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Going Above and Beyond!

Meredith Mahon Morris May 18, 2018

Average.  Normal.  Common.  Usual.   Those words don’t usually describe someone who goes above and beyond. In and of themselves, these are not bad words.  In fact, in some ways they can be good words.  Take the word “average,” for example.  By definition it means that roughly 50% are better than you, but at the same… Continue Reading »

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