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Create a Disciple-Making Plan for 2014
One of the joys I have experienced through blogging is seeing a community of people embrace a challenge. In 2008, it was the Puritan Reading Challenge. In 2011, it was the Philippians Memory Molesk…
Five Steps to Doubling a Class - Bible Study Lessons | Adult Sunday School Lessons |
The principles of You Can Double Your Class in Two Years or Less are simple. (The best ideas always are, aren’t they?) I used the acronym TIGER to communicate them: Teach a halfway decent lesson each and every week; nothing less will do. You don’t have to be Zig Ziglar or Beth Moore or Elmer […]
What Kind of Songs Should You Lead in 2014? - Worship Matters
I’ve read a number of posts and articles about how to determine what’s best for your congregation to sing. Kevin DeYoung did a two part series a couple years ago here and here that was excellent. As the new year began three thoughts came to me about the kinds of songs we should be leading in our churches or ministries. This isn’t meant to be comprehensive, but it might serve as the bare minimum for how we choose our songs. 1. Choose songs people CAN sing. This should be obvious. But…
6 Tips for Life-Changing Discussion - Explore the Bible
Yogi Berra once said, “It was impossible to get a conversation going, everybody was talking too much.” Most groups have one of two problems when it comes to meaningful spiritual conversation: discussion can feel like pulling teeth or herding cats. Either people won’t talk, or they won’t stop talking about things unrelated to the Bible study. Leading a…
15 Spiritual Blessings You Have In Christ
The other day I was reading Ephesians chapter 1 in my devotions. It was a such a life-giving passage for me that I wanted to share it with you today. Paul starts out his letter to the church of Ephesus by saying, "Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in Christ (Eph. 1:3, NKJV)." The words "every spiritual blessing" jumped off the page at me as I read it. The Greek word for "blessing" is the word…
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Doubling Groups 2.0: How Andy Stanley and a whole generation of churches are exploding with doubling groups and the power of hospitality.
Doubling Groups 2.0: How Andy Stanley and a whole generation of churches are exploding with doubling groups and the power of hospitality. - Kindle edition by Hunt, Josh. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Doubling Groups 2.0: How Andy Stanley and a whole generation of churches are exploding with doubling groups and the power of hospitality..
The Amazing Power of Doubling Groups
The Amazing Power of Doubling Groups - Kindle edition by Hunt, Josh. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Amazing Power of Doubling Groups.
MarkHowellLive.com | How To Connect People No One Else Is Connecting
Share via:One of the most repeated quotes right now is the great Craig Groeschel line that “if you want to reach people no one else is reaching, you need to do things no one else is doing.” I remember where I was when I heard him say that. I think I’ll always remember that moment. …