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The 5 Steps to Revitalize Your Church

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

"Any organization not focused on its customers or focused on the wrong customers, cannot succeed."

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Ultimate Goal of Selfism’s Religious Extremists

Part 2 of 3

As we discussed last week, the fastest growing “religion” in America poses a growing threat to the rights of Christians and the proliferation of Christianity, yet is actively practiced by most of its churches.  The movement to #EndSelfism must take root before this new religion engulfs American culture and tempts more churches to acquiesce to the Selfist desires of churchgoers (e.g. for an “experience”) rather than challenging them with God’s desires (e.g.

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Dec 06, 2017 Admin

The Fastest Growing “Religion” in America

Part 1 of 3

Disciples should stand out in a crowd today more than ever.  A new religion has infiltrated the hearts and minds of not only American culture but of America’s churches.  What was once simply an inherent trait of human nature running directly counter to the central characteristic of a disciple of Jesus Christ has now been formalized into a religion that is substantially outgrowing and undermining Christianity.

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Nov 29, 2017 Admin

10 Ways Churches Underutilize Their Facilities

Admit it – on a weekday at some point somewhere, you were driving by church after church with 1 or 2 cars in the parking lot noticing that all of those buildings sit largely idle six days a week.  If you wondered whether that’s a responsible use of donated dollars, you’re not alone.  Many Christians and non-believers alike question the stewardship of such poor capacity utilization – so don’t feel bad if that question popped into your head.

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Nov 01, 2017 Admin

10 Practices You Rarely See in Church Anymore

Not only have church growth models changed in recent years to accommodate American culture, but traditional practices churches leveraged for centuries to foster evangelism, discipleship and service have also been scrapped.  Church leaders contend that new practices are necessary to adapt to culture.  When comparing the new practices to the ones they replaced, it becomes clear that churches have in fact adapted to accommodate 21st century America – a nation of consumers,

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Oct 18, 2017 Admin

10 Ways Jesus’ Church Growth Model Differs from Yours

Many church leaders contend that it’s necessary to adapt to culture.  They see older conventions for planting a church and growing a congregation as outdated.  However, Jesus was countercultural and counterintuitive.  Therefore, it’s worth evaluating, as we do in today’s post, whether modern deviations from Jesus’ model for building a following (i.e. church) represent compromise to accommodate:

  1. The Shortcomings of American Culture – e.g. consumerism, laziness, secularism, flightiness, worldliness,
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Oct 11, 2017 Admin