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July 11, 2019
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3 Ways Attractional Church Needs to Change to Reach the Next Generation Part II

Cont’d. from Part I reshared with kind permission from Carey Nieuwhof. 3. LESS HEAD. MORE HEART. Another key shift that’s happening in churches that are reaching the next generation involves creating experiences that engage the heart, not just the head. The next generation doesn’t just want to know what’s true, they want to feel what true and to experience what’s real. Real is deeper than just an idea—real is an experience. The next generation doesn’t just want to know what’s true, they want to feel what true and to experience what’s real.CLICK TO TWEET When crafting the welcome…don’t just blanket people with information and the […]
February 12, 2019
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8 Signs Your Church Is Actually Reaching Unchurched People

Reshared with kind permission from Carey Nnieuwhof So are you really reaching unchurched people at your church? How would you know…for real? Just because a church is growing doesn’t mean it’s filling up with unchurched people. Hoping to reach unchurched people is one thing. Reaching the unchurched is quite another. When unchurched people actually start connecting with your church, things change deeply. So how can you tell you’re really making inroads with the unchurched? When you see these 8 signs pop up in your church, you will know that you are really making inroads with the unchurched. Hoping to reach unchurched people […]
September 12, 2018
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5 Things That Give Pastors a Bad Name With Unchurched People

I’ve been a pastor since I was 30 years old, but even now, I still don’t really like telling people what I do. I have a heart for unchurched people and am always trying to find a way to build bridges and tear down barriers. But I feel like telling people I’m a pastor or lead a church almost automatically creates a barrier—a barrier that seems to grow with every passing year. Maybe it’s just me, but I always feel there’s a funk associated with the idea of being a pastor that might be a combination of Confusion…I’ve never actually met […]