Karl Vaters discusses 'Small Church Essentials' and why church growth is an incomplete way to measure church health.
How Pastor Karl Vaters lost his grasshopper complex and discovered, no one loses when the kingdom advances.
Instead of asking, “Our church is small, so what?” we needed to ask, “Our church is small, now what?”
Focus on these things in sermon preparation and you'll minimize the distractions that can derail productivity.
Comparing your church to other churches simply for the sake of comparison only breeds jealousy and ingratitude.
A few simple guidelines can minimize the awkwardness of a serious conversation.
Has your church stopped growing? See if any of these barriers might be keeping you stuck.
There are several common misunderstandings about preaching. Here are four principles that help bring clarity.
God is forever at work refining us, defining us, confining us, maturing us, preparing us for more strategic service.
Insights from 10 years of leading a fellowship of microchurches