Ministry

Why Your VBS May Be Stifling Your Church’s Kids

(The following is highly opinionated. If you don’t agree, that’s fine.) Vacation Bible School is often one of the most time, money and volunteer intensive events on the entire yearly calendar. We need people to decorate, people to teach, people to wrangle kids, people to do snack, people to lead in the opening/closing events (like…

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Why Your Church’s Evangelism Is Failing

Anytime someone who has not been approached with the Gospel gets that brief moment to hear the saving word of Jesus and the opportunity to obey, it’s a wonderful, soul enriching thing. However, I’m convinced that, in many churches, evangelism is failing and in big, highly detrimental ways. In many churches, evangelism is a train…

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How To Use Instagram To Help Your Church

  Social media is often an enigma to many in ministry. Many of us see it as either a hindrance to faithfulness (let’s face it, there is some disgusting things on there), to ministry (“Spending time on Facebook will kill your ministry.” – Unknowing Minister) or some may even see it as a work of Satan…

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3 Reasons to Rethink Your Attendance to Small Groups & Bible Studies

Whatever you call them (Small Groups, Bible Classes, Midweek Bible Studies, Sunday School, etc.), you probably need to rethink your attendance to them! Statistically speaking, only about 60% of those who are reading this that attend worship faithfully actually attend a Small Group of some sort during the week. But I am willing to venture…

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Learn to Be A Change Leader, Not A Change Agent

Metathesiophobia, or the fear of change, is one of the cause of many an anxiety attack and business meeting in the church. “Change Agents” as they have been called in the past, have been the basis for this fear. They are the ones that come in and attempt to lead churches down the “wide path”…

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