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Where Are All the Small Church Experts?

Quick quiz – name an expert on big churches or church growth. There are probably several that come to mind immediately, right? There are plenty of well-known authors, speakers and academics, some of whom are pastors themselves. Now name an expert on Small Churches… I’m waiting… If you can think of one, it was probably

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Don’t Despise the Size

I spent too many years telling good people that the way they wanted to do church was wrong. These people weren’t heel-draggers or vision-killers. Not all of them. Not most of them. They weren’t the grasshoppers. I was. They were followers of Jesus who attended the church I was pastoring because they found their spiritual

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Small Churches Connect to Rescue Sex Slaves

If you live in or near Orange County, California there’s a very special event happening this Saturday, December 8, 2012 from 7pm–9pm that you need to attend if at all possible. It’s called Sweet Rescue. It’s a collaboration between several Small Churches in the area, led by a great Small Church called Convergence OC. We’ll

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Small Churches Connect to Rescue Sex Slaves

If you live in or near Orange County, California there’s a very special event happening this Saturday, December 8, 2012 from 7pm–9pm that you need to attend if at all possible. It’s called Sweet Rescue. It’s a collaboration between several Small Churches in the area, led by a great Small Church called Convergence OC. We’ll

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3 Starter Principles for Becoming an Innovative Small Church

Innovative? Small Church? Do those words belong in the same sentence? Can innovation happen in a Small Church? Is it even possible in an older Small Church? Turning a tired, dying congregation into a fresh, innovative church is one of the greatest challenges a pastor can tackle – even if the congregation is in full agreement.

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How to Shoot Dynamic Ministry Videos Fast and (Almost) Free

We live in a visual world. We always have of course, but the difference now is that a lot of the visuals happen online. Your church can’t afford not to be there. Whether you have a website or a Facebook page (hopefully both), you need dynamic, original, videos if you hope to stand out. But

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