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Does Discipleship Lead Naturally to Evangelism?

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Evangelism doesn’t always flow naturally from discipleship. Here’s what it takes to do both effectively.

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5 Ways to Elevate Evangelism

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Evangelism often gets short shrift in the church. Here’s how to discover and equip the latent evangelists in your midst.

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Here Are the Essentials of Good Visitor Follow-Up

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No matter the size of your church, good follow-up is an essential component of reaching out to visitors that shows them you are trustworthy.

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The Mysterious Mandate of ‘Small Discipleship’

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The kingdom of God grows through the practice of discipling a small group of people, which requires time and patience.

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What Season Are You In?

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The seasons of leadership change frequently and part of being a good leader is being able to discern which season you are in and how that shapes your leadership.

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A Lesson for Church Leaders From a Brand Strategist

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You may not think of your church as a “brand,” but thinking this way helps you shape your vision, properly equip your team and identify advocates of your church.

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Culture: We Need a Superhero

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What can we learn from the rise in the popularity of superhero movies that will help us speak to the longings of our culture?

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Time: The Essential Investment

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It’s easy to get caught up in the busyness of everyday life, but there’s one priority we can’t compromise: people.

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3 Steps to Better Short-Term Missions

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We all know the limitations of short-term mission trips. Here are three crucial considerations to help make them better.

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Are the Lost Worth the Cost?

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Reaching the lost will cost you resources, time and patience. The parable of the lost coin provides some insights about whether it’s worth it.

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