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ROOT CAUSE FOR THE CHURCH'S DECLINE & ITS PATH TO REVITALIZATION

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A Little Less Religion, a Little More Faith

Blog Post 78 - Religion versus Faith1

No season accentuates the difference between “religion” and “faith” more than Christmas.  CEOs (Christmas-Easter Only) show up at church for the first time in months.  Christian symbols are brought down from the attic and placed around the house and on the tree.  Believers pick up the battle where they left off the year before at the first mention of “Happy Holidays” and “X-mas”.  Christians find it tougher every Christmas to find a card with religious references. 

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Dec 07, 2016 Admin

Why Church Revitalization Will Require a Disruptive Event

Game changer business or political change concept and disruptive innovation symbol and be an independent thinker with new industry ideas as an individual jet breaking through a group of airplane smoke as a metaphor for defiant leadership.

Part 2 (of 2)

What would a company do if it were experiencing…

  1. Negative growth?
  2. High customer turnover?
  3. A worsening reputation among non-customers?
  4. Little impact in its community?
  5. Declining sales from failing to properly train and equip employees to pursue target customers?
  6. Compliance issues from not following operational best practices?
  7. Diminishing influence on market trends?
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Nov 30, 2016 Admin

Why You’ve Never Read Washington’s or Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamations

Mount Rushmore National Memorial with blue sky in the morning. Black Hills South Dakota.

We’ll continue with Part 2 of “Why the Election Should Spark Church Reform” next week.  Given our discussion of the diminishing influence of Christianity in society, we felt compelled this week to share official declarations by arguably some of the greatest political leaders in our nation’s history about Thanksgiving.

Few school children are ever shown these proclamations for reasons you are about to see.  If prayer is not allowed in public schools,

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Nov 23, 2016 Admin

Why Last Week’s Election Should Spark Church Reform

Los Angeles, United States - November 12, 2016: Thousands of Angelenos marched through the streets of Downtown Los Angeles in protest of president-elect Donald Trump.

Part 1 (of 2)

When I first started thinking of writing this post, I was assuming a Hillary Clinton victory, which in the eyes of most Christians likely would have brought with it at best a continuation of a less church-friendly environment, and at worst an acceleration of current trends.  However, watching the aftermath of a surprising Trump win last Tuesday, I’m not so sure that another Clinton administration would have presented churches and Christians with a greater challenge than what confronts the Church today with Trump in office:

  • A nation split right down the middle,
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Nov 16, 2016 Admin

Introducing #GiveAnEternalGift!

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Last night, we watched the election results pour in and considered how the results would impact the state of our nation.  No doubt this divisive presidential election and the split of the popular vote down the middle has heightened and highlighted our differences: conservatives versus liberals; Christians versus non-believers.  That’s why Christians need to continue to #CastAnEternalVote even though the election is now over.  In fact, demonstrating Jesus’ love to others and telling them who He is now becomes more important than ever.

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Nov 09, 2016 Admin

#CastAnEternalVote Before Election Day!

Blog Post 73 - Cast An Eternal Vote

Election Day is almost upon us.  Before we vote for president, let’s #CastAnEternalVote – a simple act of service for someone in Jesus’ name that will have an impact lasting far longer than just the next four years.

That message has reached 700,000 people so far on social media.  Tens of thousands have expressed their support for Vote for Eternity 20:16.  What a blessing to see so many frustrated Christian voters encouraged by this initiative and inspired to #CastAnEternalVote!

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Nov 02, 2016 Admin