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Colin Noyes on Discipleship

Colin Noyes on Discipleship

This blog entry is the first in a four-part series based on an interview with Colin Noyes, author of As You Go: Make Disciples. Colin is one of the sharpest international leaders I know. His insights into the field of discipleship are well-researched and honest, and...

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A brutal honesty

A brutal honesty

In this season, isolation and anxiety are understandably commonplace. As church leaders, these times mean rethinking everything while managing staff, congregational expectations, dwindling financial reserves, and more. You are doing more than ever and you need God...

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Listen, reflect, engage: voices for justice

Listen, reflect, engage: voices for justice

I am hesitant to add my voice to all of the other voices speaking at this time in history. Do I have anything new or original to add? I do not. Yet I choose to add my voice for the simple reasons of solidarity and of the potential dangers of silence. As Dietrich...

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Creatively engaging with your community

Creatively engaging with your community

Are you thinking about how to bridge online attendees into disciples? Watch your sermon and other online offerings from the perspective of a congregant and newcomer. From this perspective, do you feel seen, heard, and valued? If you want to bridge online attendees...

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Your chance to hit the reset button

Your chance to hit the reset button

What will your church look like after Covid-19? Within every crisis lies an opportunity:  How can you re-emerge stronger? How can you use this season to focus on something that will really make a difference? As churches begin to gather again it's time to ask: Do you...

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Listening to the voice of the Holy Spirit

Listening to the voice of the Holy Spirit

How we can we come alongside one another in times of social distancing? How can we pray together, disciple one another, help people grow, and connect with God? None of that can currently be accomplished through a program, through a gathering, or through a number of...

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Volunteers: Slot filling vs people developing

Volunteers: Slot filling vs people developing

I’ve been involved many times in the early stages of new churches that are trying to incorporate people. Most often, there’s far more concern about filling all of the necessary slots for volunteers to run the program than there is about developing people into their...

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