ABOUT BRANDON COX

Brandon Cox has been a Pastor for fifteen years and is currently planting a church in northwest Arkansas, a Saddleback-sponsored church. He also serves as Editor of Pastors.com and Rick Warren's Pastors' Toolbox, and authors a top 100 blog for church leaders (brandonacox.com). He's also the author of Rewired: Using Technology to Share God's Love.

12 Ways to Connect with Your Community

I believe we ought to get back to our roots and become leaders in the field of content marketing, not to combat everything secular, but rather to influence the secular with sacred truth.

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The Hardest Work You Will Ever Do

There is a kind of hard work that is always rewarding. Always.

The kind of hard work I’m talking about is the heart work of growing, developing, and disciplining yourself to become all that you are supposed to be.

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How to Fund Your Ministry Vision

If you’re a Senior Pastor, Executive Pastor, or any kind of stewardship specialist or administrative leader within your church, you need to get more comfortable talking about money with the congregation.

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Reach More People by Using this Tool that Everyone Has

As the church begins to utilize social technologies, the youngest generation may already be moving on from social networks to much more personal means of communicating,  especially texting.

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8 Truths from Timothy Around Leadership

If you’re a pastor or ministry leader, you can’t help but be drawn to the first and second letters of the Apostle Paul to his young apprentice, Timothy.

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How 30 Seconds Can Change the World

Could you state your church vision if you only had 30 seconds with someone?

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Why HOW You Preach Matters as Much as WHAT You Preach

I think it’s sinful to be unfaithful to Scripture in our preaching, but isn’t it also harmful to misrepresent such a dynamic, living and loving God by communicating to people that his book is boring?

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Nine Actions that Produce Lasting Growth

Deep down, we all crave to become people of self-discipline. God put that desire in us to help us become more like Christ.

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comment_post_ID); ?> good article. Where I would take exception in the seeming negativity to plant a church more organically/biblically through missional communities due to the slowness of growth. I think that's the problem with church planting in the US today is that speed of numerical growth has taken priority over true and authentic spiritual growth
 
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Clarity Process

Three effective ways to start moving toward clarity right now.