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6 Leaders: How Can the Church Engage Culture?

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Six church leaders comment on the pressing issues of how we restore our credibility and reach a post-evangelical, polarized culture.

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Danny Franks: Hospitality Is an Evangelistic Gift—Part 2

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Hospitality is the responsibility of every church member. Consider these things as you assess your guest services.

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Danny Franks: Making the Unchurched Feel Welcome—Part 1

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Welcoming guests is one of the most important aspects of ministry. If they don’t feel welcome, they won’t come back.

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Karl Vaters: When Small Is Just Right

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Karl Vaters discusses ‘Small Church Essentials’ and why church growth is an incomplete way to measure church health.

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John Teter: Modeling a Lifestyle of Evangelism—Part 2

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The key to effective evangelism is not trying to change the world, but being faithful to make it a part of our day to day lives.

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John Teter: The Myth of the Perfect Evangelist—Part 1

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The story of Jesus’ anonymous 72 disciples proves we don’t have to be famous to be an evangelist. Here’s what we do need.

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Peter Scazzero: Rediscovering Holistic Discipleship—Part 2

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Embracing discipleship as Jesus intended it creates revolutionary change in all your relationships and all aspects of ministry.

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Peter Scazzero: Digging Deeper Into Discipleship—Part 1

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Pete Scazzero discusses Emotionally Healthy Discipleship and the danger of separating love of God and people.

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David Fitch: The Mystery of God’s Presence Through Us—Part 2

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“Wherever God’s presence is, we come into relationship one to another in a space where God wants to do something new.”

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David Fitch: Recognizing Christ’s Presence—Part 1

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What is love? It’s not a sentiment. In the Bible, it’s “he loved us by giving himself up for us.”

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