Men and Women: Can the Church Connect?
Culture shifts. Needs change. Old methods may be less effective. How are churches adapting?
Men are missing in large numbers from America’s congregations. Here’s what some churches are doing about it. Resources for men’s outreach »
To reach women, experts say most churches need to take a fresh look at their attitudes and outreach efforts. Resources for women’s outreach »
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