Teens, Social Media, and The Church

It’s obvious that social and digital media are a part of the daily diet for students in our culture. According to a recent survey, nearly 70% of students text and over half of them spend time on social media every day. With stats like that, it may seem like it’s impossible to actually reach students … Continue reading Teens, Social Media, and The Church

Top 10 Post From July 2013

Let’s take a trip back in time to see the top ten posts in July: 8 Steps For Leading Change Top 10 Leadership Commandments Can Churches Grow Insiders And Reach Outsiders? A Formula For Leading Change In the Church From Flannel Graphs to MacBooks Dallas Willard Quotes A Win-Win Strategy For Multisite Children’s Ministry 20 Quotes … Continue reading Top 10 Post From July 2013

A Win, Win Multisite Strategy for Children’s Ministry [Repost]

I’m taking a little time off for the next couple of weeks, so I’m going to be posting some of my more popular posts. Call it a “greatest hits”…not that I’m saying my writing is great, these simply have gotten the most hits. Thanks for reading my blog. Feel free to share these on Twitter, … Continue reading A Win, Win Multisite Strategy for Children’s Ministry [Repost]

From Flannel Graphs to MacBooks [Repost]

I’m taking a little time off for the next couple of weeks, so I’m going to be posting some of my more popular posts. Call it a “greatest hits”…not that I’m saying my writing is great, these simply have gotten the most hits. Thanks for reading my blog. Feel free to share these on Twitter, … Continue reading From Flannel Graphs to MacBooks [Repost]

The #1 Way To Keep The Next Generation From Dropping Out of Church

I’m taking a little time off for the next couple of weeks, so I’m going to be posting some of my more popular posts. Call it a “greatest hits”…not that I’m saying my writing is great, these simply have gotten the most hits. Thanks for reading my blog. Feel free to share these on Twitter, … Continue reading The #1 Way To Keep The Next Generation From Dropping Out of Church