Encouragement

The Astonishing Power of Small Churches: How Did We Miss This?

How can one billion people be doing something, and the world not stand up and take notice? More specifically, how can one billion people be doing something within a very narrowly defined niche, and the leaders in that niche not value it? Imagine if there were one billion people who preferred adding a tablespoon of …

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The Astonishing Power of Small Churches: Strategic Placement

If Small Churches were a country, we’d be the second largest nation on earth. And China had better watch out, because when you contrast their one-child-per-family policy to the Christian revivals sweeping through Africa, Latin America and Asia, Small Churches will soon be looking at China in the rear-view mirror, too. But the astonishing power of Small …

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The Astonishing Power of Small Churches: Over One Billion Served

There are more than 2.2 billion Christians in the world. Almost 1/3 of the world’s population. 100–150 million of them attend megachurches. That is something to thank God for. But over half the Christians on earth are involved in churches with less than *250 people in them. Which, when you do some basic math, leads to …

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I Am a Small Church Pastor, and I Am Not a Failure

This is a big, bonus look inside the pages of The Grasshopper Myth. It’s the first half of the first chapter (about 7 pages worth). If you’re wondering whether-or-not to buy, read or recommend The Grasshopper Myth, this should help you decide. If you like what you read, pass it on to others by clicking any of the share buttons …

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