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Read a note from Will Mancini welcoming you to the Vision Room and pointing some key features designed just for you.
Is your church about “adding” growth or “multiplying” growth?
The church’s location cannot be seen in terms of in here or out there. It is an entire way of life.
One of the reasons so many churches struggle these days is that the way we do church is badly outdated.
Following Jesus means living in His wisdom every day.
We may attract attenders through preaching, but disciples are made in small groups.
Four of the last things Jesus said to his disciples in his final days on earth are a good place for his followers and his churches to seek vision.
It’s time to make the shift from planning as an event to developing a focus on preparing as a process.
What happens when your church allows a method or program to become enshrined to the level of orthodoxy?
Having your mind set on heaven is the prerequisite for a Christian’s doing good on earth.
Deep down, we all crave to become people of self-discipline. God put that desire in us to help us become more like Christ.
Families in your church are physically, emotionally, and spiritually right where you have led them to be… in groups and not.
For first-century believers, daily life was intertwined with discipleship. What happened?
It is one thing to have a mission and quite another to have a missional lens.
Pastors who refuse to talk about money and generosity can ultimately leave both their churches and their people broke.
If approached correctly, church revitalization can reinvigorate and empower God’s people to produce lasting fruit.
How to cultivate a culture of intentional givers who will support your ministry.
A strong, vibrant culture stimulates people to both be and do their very best and reach the highest goals.
What can you do to activate the fullness of the energy that God places in you?
There are likely people on your team who would really rather work somewhere else. So what is a leader to do?