Tag Archives: disciple making

But can you make disciples? by Mark Snowden

Special thanks to our guest blogger today, Mark Snowden.

But can you make disciples?

disciplemakingIt was an honor to meet recently with a young pastor from southwestern Missouri. He wanted to know how he could get his church to become

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Do you understand how to combat Burnout among your Church Members? by Dale Smith

The blog post below is provided by Dale Smith with AIM Ministry. Check them out. Their resources can really make the difference in your volunteer labor force.

Do you understand how to combat Burnout among your Church Members?

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We Are Not In Kansas Anymore, Toto!


We Are Not in Kansas Anymore, Toto!


Think of how you would react if you knew with certainty that the following would be doubled in the next few years: your chance of being severely injured following off a ladder, … Read the rest

How can Pastors Develop Leaders for Every Ministry In Their Church?

How are pastors, along with everything else they are doing, supposed to develop leaders for every ministry in their church? This is no small task and I certainly had my struggles with it as a senior pastor. It takes time … Read the rest

What are the Key Steps Needed to Build an Army of Volunteers in Your Church? Part Three

With the new year almost upon us do you have an established and proven process for developing an army of volunteers to serve in every ministry in your church?

Are you preparing people to serve way ahead of time or … Read the rest

How to get 90% of your visitors to join

Special thanks to our guest blogger today, Josh Hunt. Josh is an author and he provides bible study lessons for churches. Check out his website, www.joshhunt.com!

How to get 90% of your visitors to join

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What do Congregating, Clustering, Clumping and Connecting Have to Do with Church?

I want to share an observation, a problem and a potential solution with you. I believe a major key to building a powerful ministry is the ability to connect with the people groups in our communities. The challenge I often Read the rest

One Way to Systematize and Organize Your Approach to Your Ministry is to Set Measurable Goals

Every Goal you set for the the ministries in your church should be SMART: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timed. Let’s look at these one at a time.


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