Last Thursday the United Nations Human Rights Council adopted a new resolution on worldwide religious intolerance while taking a significant step away from the controversial, restrictive “Defamation of Religions” resolution.
The reality is that some people just need to be trained
In order for a church to fulfill its true purpose, it must be making a noticeable
According to Leadership Network research, 2 percent of U.S. Protestant
Wycliffe Associates, an international organization that involves people in the acceleration of Bible translation efforts, is working to give Bible translators a safer, more effective option to dangerous travel by providing Translation Acceleration Kits.
Southern California ministry will be the primary sponsor of a car in the NASCAR Nationwide Series race Saturday March 26 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, CA.
Windsor Village has a membership of more than 18,000. The neighborhood has grown from blight to a mini-city with a housing development, shopping, fast-food restaurants, medical facilities, schools, a YMCA and the 190,000-square-foot Kingdom Builders Center with a sanctuary inside.
Minutes after his resounding 76-0 election as International Mission Board president by IMB trustees, Tom Elliff vowed to challenge Southern Baptists to engage all of the estimated 3,800 people groups worldwide that still have not been touched by the Gospel.
The 2-year-old Ecclesiastes Project was the brainchild of the Rev. Bobbie Kaye Jones, superintendent for the Austin District of the Southwest Texas Annual (regional) Conference. The goal was to engage churches within urban Austin with fewer than 125 in average worship attendance or who had compelling financial or facility concerns. Each church conducted a sustainability assessment with an eye toward new life through merger, relocation, partnership or any other creative path. Eleven churches were eventually selected for the project. The Texas Methodist Foundation provided funds for staff and resources.
There are more than 3,000 multisite churches across North America. Everyone has a unique church-print. There is no “one size fits all” formula they all follow, but all will wrestle with the same basic issues. This eBook is a compilation of my 15 years of experience as a multisite pioneer and consultant. It addresses those common issues with hard-earned insights from being in the trenches with those who are doing it. It is for church leaders who are considering multisite and refresher for those who are already in the game.