We’ve talked to pastors of small to mid-size churches would give their right arms to know the sermon systems that leaders of fast-growing churches use to get ahead and stay ahead of their Sunday schedule. So we recently asked Gavin Adams to share with pastors just like you the secrets to delivering great sermons while…

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Transforming Your Church’s Disciple-Making Culture by Jake Dukes The truth is… You work hard to get people to put Truth into action. You enjoy seeing people grow in their faith through your church body. This won’t happen unless true discipleship is taking place at your church. Here are 5 Ways to Jumpstart Disciple-making in your…

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Church Safety

With safety so much in the news lately, how do you prevent your church from becoming the next news headline? Well that was the subject of a webinar that I created a little more than a year ago. Church safety. And guess what? The issue of church safety, and safety in general, is no less…

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   So last Thursday we had Jake Dukes begin a free webinar series on disciple-making called: Transforming Your Church’s Discipleship Culture Part 1 explored “Why Discipleship has been Exiled from the Church.” Here are some highlights you missed if you weren’t a part of the workshop. 1) Many churches have misplaced their priorities 2)…

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Did you know that … About 3.5 billion people are connected to the Internet. In December of 2016, Instagram reported over 600 million monthly active users and over 400 million daily active users. There are over 2 billion monthly active Facebook users. Our world is connected more than we ever have been. We have access…

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I’ve seen it a thousand times. Literally. People who are recruited to volunteer at their church, only to leave their posts within a year, never to return to volunteering again. And what’s the #1 reason that kind of thing happens? Burnout. Plain and simple. But if burnout is the problem, what are the causes? There…

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I used to play soccer. I’ll never forget what it was like to play and be focused only in what I was doing without being aware that there were open people in front of me or behind me that I could pass to. That’s how some musicians approach worship music. But if you want your…

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If you were to be really honest, you might admit that being a pastor is one of the loneliest jobs on the planet. You are likely surrounded by people on a daily basis. People who look up to you or need you. In fact, I bet people in your congregation could be characterized as Bob…

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