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Five simple but important takeaways on communicating with Generation Z – this isn’t merely “preference” for them, it’s simply who they are.
Ministry breakthrough happens when churches embrace their cultural and geographic context and align people and resources to a vision that helps them make disciples.
Discipleship calls for our undivided attention and commitment to follow the commands of our Lord.
In a rapidly changing culture where the Bible is an option to as many as it is the inerrant Word of God, it’s challenging to create an environment of abiding faith in Jesus.
Wise leaders don’t declare values; they uncover the values that are already there.
We celebrate having new believers in our churches, but are we leading them to become lifelong disciples of Jesus?
The best way to bring social media into a bigger story is to use it to help tell the three bigger stories already happening around you: your church’s bigger story, your community’s bigger story, and God’s bigger story.
The popularity of Facebook Live continues to grow and flourish, and it is a powerful communication method that your church should be taking advantage of.
The church is now a commissioned group in the world, having been sent so people can hear the witness of the Gospel (Rom 10:15).
Community is not something you find; it’s something you build.
Great church communication is as balanced and useful as the human hand.
Discipleship – the process of becoming like Christ – always begins with a decision.
The truth is Christians need relationships to grow. We don’t grow in isolation; we develop in the context of relationships with others.
Vision casting is critical because people need a picture.
In an effort to persuade our communications can slip to a place where they stop being clear and become just clever.
Don’t kill the gospel message in your zeal to communicate quickly and effectively.
Churches will drift without a consistent and constant conviction for discipleship, to disciple people and develop leaders.
For the church, being out of alignment means severe limitations to missional effectiveness and efficiency.
Church online can stunt your church’s impact if you don’t manage it correctly.