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The 10 Most Important Church Resolutions For 2016

John Gilman December 29, 2015

The new year is nearly upon us and with it comes the pledge for resolutions. Here are the “The 10 Most Important Church Resolutions for 2016.” Be a church where all political parties are welcome. It’s an election year, but don’t let the race for president become bigger in your eyes than the Kingdom of… Continue Reading »

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Cultivating Value in the Culture of More

dshelley December 14, 2015

This is not news: We live in a culture that is obsessed with having more. More, more, more. And then some. The problem is, there’s no end to our pursuit of more. The faster we chase it, the sooner we lose sight of what we were really trying to accomplish in the first place, and… Continue Reading »

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Change For Change

Kendrea Moorer December 8, 2015

Have you ever found yourself feeling an enormous amount of anxiety as you sit in a ministry meeting, hearing your leader describe an upcoming alteration to the way you currently do ministry? The feeling can be paramount. It can be overtaking. Many of us begin to tune out the presenters dialogue and instantly start to… Continue Reading »

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The Best Time for Ministry Growth is NOW!

Raina Hanson December 5, 2015

The majority of church growth happens between Christmas and Easter. It is during this time frame when more people will be visiting your church. This includes those who haven’t been in a while or don’t have a steady church, making this time period a crucial one to take advantage of momentum and perfect your volunteer… Continue Reading »

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An HTML Tweak to Boost Your SEO

Jason Dailey December 2, 2015

Have you ever seen event details and contact information from a website display in your search engine results? With a little code, you can make your church’s events and contact information easier for online searchers to find! Even though some people don’t mind doing a quick online search, they may not want to spend time… Continue Reading »

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Four Ways To Bless Others This Thanksgiving

Meredith Mahon Morris November 6, 2015

As the fall season winds on toward winter, the holiday season begins. This of course means Thanksgiving is almost here, which spurns many traditions for families across the United States. But not only for families at home, but church families as well. Thanksgiving is certainly an opportunity to spend time with them and reflect upon… Continue Reading »

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Homecoming: How To Make Your Celebration Better

Meredith Mahon Morris November 2, 2015

Are Homecoming services a thing of the past? It probably depends on who you ask, but for many churches this service can give them the shot in the arm they have been needing. Approximately 30 years ago, homecoming services were very prevalent across the religious landscape. These days, not as much.  For many churches, the… Continue Reading »

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Appreciation For Your Pastor

John Gilman October 6, 2015

February is the month of love traditionally on the calendar worldwide. But for the church, October is significant in showing love to pastors through the observance of Pastor Appreciation Month. The pastor’s life can be very stress-filled, as a “good” pastor in the eyes of God is constantly pouring himself into the lives of others.  … Continue Reading »

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What Can Small Churches Learn From Big Chicken?

Meredith Mahon Morris September 8, 2015

What can small churches learn from big chicken? They could learn a lot if they’d listen. Chicken is big business. Approximately 8.6 billion chickens were processed in 2013 alone and plenty of competitors are after a piece of the market.  A lot of people cook good chicken, but few sell it as well as Chick-Fil-A. They’ve built… Continue Reading »

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