Because most of you reading this are young and cool, I wanted to start by saying something relevant and hip, like “lit” or “fam” but for some reason, relevant and hip just doesn’t describe me. It’s not really who I am. Maybe the fact that I
I’m done. I’m done reading “20 (or 10 or 8 or 4 or 2 or ) Reason(s) Why People Are Leaving Your Church” articles. (Pretty sure everyone is just copying off of each other’s ideas anyway) I don’t need your advice…and you don’t need mine.
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As a person who has pastored in worship in one form or another for more than 15 years, I have seen ebbs and flows in “worship” in the modern church. Yet there is one issue that seems to be slowly – and in some cases,
Should the church entertain? It is an important question to ask in the open – because it is a topic that I often hear whispered about in churches across the country. This question usually comes up when new technology is added: new sound system,
Checked in with one of my favorite churches in Florida (Church By The Glades) recently to see one of the openers they did for a recent series using “Heros”. Figured I’d share. Some of you will give me the “how is this relevant to any
(Above are live tweets from worship leaders and team members across the globe who are tweeting their worship
Technology keeps getting more and more advanced. Today, I just learned of new technology being used here in Nashville, TN to make facial recognition of app users as they enter businesses and then give them exclusive deals as they shop. Kind of neat – plus
Yesterday, we urged you to STOP USING VOLUNTEERS! Instead, we encouraged you to call those who serve within your church what they are – “those who serve”. Today, we want to look at a major way that churches and church leaders can kill off the