Celebrating Small

Dan Kimball: “The large church has almost become routine. It doesn’t hold many unique factors anymore.”

Is Your Church a Monument or Mission Station?

Have we, in our enthusiasm to get home to heaven, forgotten the fundamental reason for the church’s existence in the community?

Why the Opposite of Missional Is Not Attractional

"Mission and attraction are two positive forces which are like the inhaling and exhaling of a body. It takes both to breathe."

A Church for the City

Eugene Cho: “If we reduce church to a program, we’ve forgotten our identity as a ‘sent’ people.”

Competition for Caring

Why not host a giving competition during the slow summer months? Here's what worked for one church.

Can We Really Change the World?

Only God can fix the world; but as we fulfill our calling and carry God’s good news of salvation, healing and justice into the world, we become a very real part of changing it.

How to Start a Women’s Ministry – Philosophy First

"If you have ideas of how church can be, you can make them happen. Doors are wide open, obstacles are few."

Are You Ready for the Sunday After Easter?

With some pre-planning, you can improve your odds of getting back those Easter visitors.

How One Church Does It: Tailor-Made Connections at The Church on the Way

Lead Pastor of Pastoral Care Cecelia Freeman says knowing and providing for the specific unique cultures and needs of individuals creates a nurturing environment.

Small Church America: Just Do Something!

How a New England church of 25 is making an impact, one small step at a time.
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