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October 19, 2017 by Nathan Rose | Send Network
In March of 2017, I led our church to transition from its long-standing pattern of having a solo, senior pastor to establishing a plurality of pastors who share the burden and responsibility of leadership. Like preparing for your wedding, this was simultaneously exhilarating and terrifying. It...
A Gospel model Blog Post
October 18, 2017 by John Meador | Evangelism
We’re losing. Losing ground, losing influence and losing an entire generation of potential disciples in America. Our nation is looking very unchurched. With a staggering 300,000 evangelical churches in America, we should be getting the job done. Unfortunately, we’re losing the game! Like a great...
October 18, 2017 by Sterling Edwards | Send Network
One morning, I was on my way home from the YMCA in downtown Brooklyn, which was just three blocks from my apartment. On that short walk home, I ran into a local waffle shop to grab some water, and the owner just says to me, “Are you a man of the Lord?” His approach shocked me, and it led to us...
October 17, 2017 by Adam Wyatt | Send Network
“Children are a heritage from the Lord” (Psalm 127:3). While we know this to be true, too often, many struggling churches no longer experience the sound of crying babies during the service or children running down the church halls. They remember what it was like to see kids at VBS or at church...
October 17, 2017 by Parker Manuel | Send Network
In my youth, I ventured on a cross-cultural mission trip, which was the first time I felt confident that my full-time ministry calling would look a lot more like church planting and mission work. Although I didn’t know I would choose to work in North America, I did know I would be pastoring and...
October 16, 2017 by John Steger | Send Network
What’s open seven days a week that fulfills a need and desire people have? No, this is not some riddle I pulled off the internet; it was one of the most fundamental questions I faced when deciding where and how to plant my church in Minneapolis. The answer to that question was going to be the hub...
October 12, 2017 by Chris Snider | Send Network
Replants typically do not have a lot of money. I know this first hand from my time as a Replanter. And while ministry requires money, there are ways to keep moving forward even with meager resources. In fact, the lack of resources presents many opportunities to clarify convictions and to further...
October 11, 2017 by Clint Clifton | Send Network
If I had a dollar for every time someone told me not to “sacrifice my family on the altar of ministry,” I could go to Home Depot and buy everything I needed to build an altar and start offering sacrifices in my back yard. I’m sure that those who give me this advice mean well, but the truth is...
October 11, 2017 by Ken Whitten | Evangelism
One day I read a blog from the Gospel Coalition written by Mack Stiles. Mack is a member of Third Avenue Baptist Church in Louisville. He was asked by High Pointe Church in Austin, Texas to lead a seminar on building an evangelistic culture. When it came time for the Q&A time one lady asked this...
October 10, 2017 by Nathan Loudin | Send Network
When people say; “We’ve never done it like that before,” it is often disguising the feelings they have toward change. Feelings like, “Change will take more effort,” or, “I’m afraid to make changes,” or, “What if the new way doesn’t work?” If those making that statement were honest they might...