Church

One of the defining characteristics of our generation is our connectedness – or at least a perception of connectededness. Thanks to sites such as Facebook or Twitter, we can simultaneously …

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I’m going to open a fast-food restaurant, which will, hopefully, be so amazing, that I’ll be able to franchise the model out, get covered in major fast-food publications and be …

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For the past few weeks, Hayley and I’ve been visiting a small church plant. It meets in an elementary school. Intentionally. Something struck me while we were there yesterday. The …

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It’s been a while since I’ve linked to Shaun Groves’ blog, but you need to check this post out. It’s a little heavy on the sarcasm. But I don’t think …

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We are on the verge – within 10 years – of a major collapse of evangelical Christianity. This breakdown will follow the deterioration of the mainline Protestant world and it …

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…if churches shut their buildings’ doors, gave the members their contributions back and encouraged them to invest in their neighborhoods or community? What ministries would suffer? Who would be left …

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The majority of churches choose not to change. They would rather die. Tragically, in most churches, the pain of change is greater than the pain of ineffectiveness.” – Thom S. …

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I’m a simple-minded chap. I like pretending like I’m a deep thinker when I’m in group discussion, but my day-to-day life hardly reflects that false reality. Most of the time …

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Too busy for a whole hour and a half of worship? Here’s your solution. Some things I don’t like about this site: They’re promoting 30-minute worship. They use “r” instead …

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Continuing our seeker-sensitive discussion (kind of): What does it mean to “get fed” by a church? Have you used this language before? What did you mean? From what does this …

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