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The 5 Steps to Revitalize Your Church

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

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Stop Talking Justice and Start Doing It

Over the past month, nearly all of my church, charity, business, university and social media connections have issued public proclamations of their strong opposition to racism in any form.  We are all appalled by what was done to George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Christian Cooper – to name just a few.  But horrendous treatment of African Americans is certainly nothing new.  The sordid history of slavery and systematic racism in our nation is well documented. 

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Jun 25, 2020 Admin

The Post-Pandemic Church

Americans are resilient.  Yes, they panic and start praying when a crisis reaches our shores.  But we’re an optimistic lot, accustomed to inevitable (and typically rapid) recoveries from the numerous disasters our nation has faced in this century.  The Great Recession, Swine flu, 9/11, hurricanes, political polarization, terrorism, school shootings and wars all incited rampant fear in the near term but had little enduring impact on most of our lives.  Our short attention spans enable us to resume our prior lifestyles as soon as the latest national emergency no longer dominates the headlines.  

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Jun 11, 2020 Admin

The Post-Pandemic Christian

Americans are coming to Jesus in droves during the Coronavirus pandemic – praise the Lord!  Even though we can’t meet in church buildings, online evangelism ministries report significant increases in ad clicks, Gospel presentations and professions of faith since COVID-19 began.  Google searches for “fear” and “prayer” have skyrocketed, leading millions to web sites and resources about the hope found in Jesus Christ.

Faith in science and human intellect is being called into question by its inability to eradicate the virus or get ahead of its mutations. 

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May 27, 2020 Admin

7 Truths Churchgoers Need to Hear Right Now

No one saw the Coronavirus pandemic coming, including pastors and congregations.  Churches were going about their business until suddenly, they couldn’t.  If we could have anticipated this crisis, much like Jesus shared in the story of the bridegroom, we would have done some things differently.  Given what we’ve learned and seen over the past few weeks, if we had to do it over again, presumably most Christians and church leaders would have prepped better for COVID-19…

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May 14, 2020 Admin

3 Phases of Church Reform

In our lifetimes, we’re getting the privilege of witnessing a radical transformation.  Those old enough have watched “church” gradually become defined by most Americans as a place people go on Sundays and evangelism reduced to extending invitation to an event to hear from a “professional”.   Today, we’re seeing the Coronavirus pandemic expose the flaws of centralizing “church” around a building –  pastors are realizing they haven’t equipped members to share the Gospel with those in the neighborhoods where they’re quarantined. 

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Apr 29, 2020 Admin

3 Steps to Healing in a Pandemic

This is a challenging time in our nation and world.  Through it all, what sustains Christians is the knowledge that earth is not our “home” and eventually the Lord will restore everything to its flawless original state.  But while Jesus still has us here, He intends for us to be His Church – commissioned to shine God’s light on those in darkness.  And there is plenty of darkness – fear, isolation, hopelessness,

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Apr 16, 2020 Admin