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Small churches have unique strengths and gifts. But we must know three basic truths if we hope to turn those strengths into reality.
Online chats are great when the topic is simple. But when controversy erupts, it’s always better to go small and in person.
We’re not called to change the world, we’re called to simple acts of everyday faithfulness.
There’s a difference between good small-church choices and bad small-church choices. Here are some good ones.
If you’ve ever tried, but failed to read through the Bible, help is here! This weekly podcast will guide you from Genesis to Revelation.
Good stewardship of a pastor’s time and energy should not be measured by what they do, but by what they focus on.
Conversations in the church lobby are the small-church superpower. They keep people connected more than anything we do from the pulpit.
Church leadership meetings should happen as often as needed, but never more often than necessary.
Introducing big changes is much easier if we give church leaders and members the time to process them.