#10 – What IOS 7 Can Teach Us About Ministry

Countdown of the top 10 posts from 2013: I think there is a profound and enduring beauty in simplicity, in clarity, in efficiency. True simplicity is derived from so much more than just the absence of clutter and ornamentation. It's about bringing order to complexity. ~ Jony Ive Yes, I confess that I have an … Continue reading #10 – What IOS 7 Can Teach Us About Ministry

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

Leadership in 140 Characters

Here are the top 10 most clicked and re-tweeted post from my twitter feed for the past TWO weeks. These posts deal with everything from reaching millennials to why people are leaving our churches. It’s is well worth your time to check out these posts. Enjoy! 5 Lessons for Church Communications from Shark Week by … Continue reading Leadership in 140 Characters

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

For the Gospel to Stay the Same It has to Change

“Water is a liquid that fills the shape of any receptacle. As long as we trust the water and don’t tamper with the recipe—don’t dilute it, thicken it, or separate its ingredients—the content can remain the same while containers change… I am a virtual fundamentalist about content. I am a virtual libertarian about containers. Only … Continue reading For the Gospel to Stay the Same It has to Change