The Christian Posture Towards Division in the Church

If you believe what many news sources would tell you these days, we are a divided nation. And not just […]

by Drake Hoffman Aug 17
Are You Willing to Do the Work This Season?

Whether we recognize it or not, we’re living in the midst of a significant time in history. Many things are […]

by Scott Arvay Aug 10
Thoughtful Projects for the Kids During Quarantine! 

Many of us have had the kids at home for several weeks now. It may be getting a bit overwhelming […]

by Carol White Apr 24
Four Ways To Make Members Feel Welcome

This is the scenario about your members. A young couple that fell away from involvement in the church has their […]

by Meredith Morris Feb 1
The Fellowship of the Believers

First of all, I must admit I am not a theologian. Seriously, if it weren’t for spell check I would […]

by John Gilman Jan 28
Resolve in the New Year

Starting a new year can be adventurous for many. It’s a new journey where discoveries can be made about our […]

by Kendrea Moorer Jan 27
Feedback Fuels Church Growth & Empowers People

My young son has a natural talent for drumming. At a very early age it was easy to see he […]

by Meredith Morris Jan 25
Reaffirmations Friday – January 22

Whether you’re a church Pastor, directing a ministry, or simply a volunteer, you most likely don’t have too much time […]

by Meredith Morris Jan 22
Change For Change

Have you ever found yourself feeling an enormous amount of anxiety as you sit in a ministry meeting, hearing your […]

by Kendrea Moorer Dec 8
How Should Your Church Keep Score?

Each church is different, but metrics matter. The church has always kept numbers. Jesus fed 5,000 people. Jesus trained the 12. […]

by John Gilman Jan 7
The 7 Kingdom Principles

Whenever I do a church consultation, I always start with the 7 Kingdom Principles that guide my work.

by Marvin Owen Sep 5
3 Ways to Use Your Influence for Change | from #Impact12 speaker Nicole Unice

When you think of change—implementing something new, shifting something existing or removing something old—what do you feel? Do you get excited? Are you hesitant or scared? Here are a few ways to make change more effective in your community.

by Meredith Morris May 1