We think of the word 'miracle' and we probably gain a picture of overflowing finances, miraculous healing, great revival or people laughing and crying in the presence of God. But never do we think of small group or discipleship as a miracle.
by Israel Galindo A problem in perpetuity: Churches appreciate the importance and value of Christian education for the spiritual growth of their members, yet they are consistently frustrated by unsatisfying Christian education programs and...
In a church, many people come together from different paths, but they all must come together with the same goal. This basic goal is to learn who Jesus is. Therefore, the main goal of all church communication is to relate that message.
It is a belief that is deeply personal and carries a lot of weight in one's daily life. Everything else grows from that.
“Here’s a phrase you’ve never read in Scripture: “And Jesus called aside the apostles saying, ‘take up your discipleship workbooks and gather for the lesson.’” There is no doubt that Jesus was a dis...”
If you get a group of pastors and church leaders together in a room and ask them what they wish they could change about their church, often the topic of discipleship comes up. Leaders want to see people more engaged in spiritual growth.
If change is inevitable, then knowing how to lead through change is essential. The rate of cultural change in the West is now happening at such a fast clip and far to many church leaders are feeling ill-equipped for the future we are facing.
One of the most powerful qualities about Twitter is its ability to connect you and I to people we’ve never met before. Out of all the social networks we use to promote our clients here at Helps2, I would even go as far to say that Twitter is the best social network (out of Facebook, YouTube and Instagram) for a ministry or person to connect with new peopl
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