More energy is wasted switching tasks than anything else we do. Here’s how to start getting a handle on it.
Church & Culture
What has our attention is what forms us. Here are some steps to help us put that attention back where it belongs.
Life, faith, and evangelism are very different in a post-Christian world. But there are upsides to be aware of if we hope to have a voice in it.
For most people, online church is a step toward in-person attendance, not away from it.
The generation that grew up on Led Zeppelin are affecting our churches differently than the generation who watched Lawrence Welk.
Knowing and expanding the zone where the hearts of the pastor and congregation meet up with God’s heart is essential for a successful church turnaround.
It’s hard to disciple people when you can’t even find volunteers. Here’s a simple process that can help small churches do both better.
When times are normal, leaders inspire change. When times are disruptive, leaders provide stability.
Look for servants first. Find the people who are already helping before they’re asked.
The smaller the church, the more discipleship is caught through relationships than it’s taught through preaching.