No, this is not a hate piece, just the opposite. I actually like Elevation and have learned a lot from Pastor Furtick. That quote came from a guy in my church that recently moved to Charlotte, NC. Before he left, he asked me if I knew of any churches there that I would recommend. Having [...]Share on Facebook
1. Design the website making people who have never been to your church your main priority. People who have been to your church are much more willing to click around your site to look for the information they want then people who have never been to your church. So make the stuff potential visitors want [...]Share on Facebook
Posted on 17. Apr, 2011 by Re-blog.
by Will Mancini. This post is from his site WillMancini.com on 3/18/11. If you have planted a church in the last three years, know that you are one of my heroes. What you do day in and day out requires more courage, sacrifice and perseverance than 90% of roles in ministry (at least in North [...]Share on Facebook
This post was written by Gary Lamb on 3/28/11 regarding Michael Lukaszewski’s recent confession. My phone, email, twitter and Facebook have been lit up in the last day with people wanting to know my thoughts on Michael Lukaszewski and all that has taken place the last few days. I’ve known Michael for around 7 years [...]Share on Facebook
This post is from GaryLamb.org on June 29th, 2010. I know of five pastors (yes you read that right) who have resigned from their churches due to affairs in the last month, so I thought it might be worth the repost. I have edited a little of it so it makes sense, but I’m telling [...]Share on Facebook
By Ed Stetzer The resurging interest in church planting has prompted a growing number of pastors and churches to ponder the value of planting new churches. Part of this deliberation inevitably involves the merits of planting independently versus partnering with other churches or networks. Many have found that church planting partnerships provide strengths and opportunities [...]Share on Facebook
When you’re planting a church, there’s a temptation to call yourself a church too soon. Everyone knows what a church is. Everyone also has their own definition of what a church is. Chances are, what you have in the early stages of church planting looks nothing like anyone’s definition of a church. Which means that [...]Share on Facebook
What do you call yourself before you have your public launch? There’s a temptation to use the word “church” too soon. The problem with the word “church” is that it carries with it expectations that you can’t meet. When people think of a church, they think of things like: worship music/leader full band nursery kid’s [...]Share on Facebook
So you don’t have a graphic designer… no problem. There’s a ton of free stuff out there that you can take advantage of if you know where to look. Check out these sites for free images for sermon series, bulletins, and websites. Creation Swap: most of the materials on this site are free. Church creatives [...]Share on Facebook
Posted on 11. Feb, 2011 by Steve Swisher.
Since ministry is the most important task with eternal consequences, church leaders should make every effort to be the best leaders in the world. Every ministry leader ought to take advantage of the leadership wisdom learned and passed on from others. The stakes are too high to not be a good leader. Most of the [...]Share on Facebook