Is A Successful Small Church An Oxymoron?

In his article ‘Is a Successful Small Church an Oxymoron?’, Karl Vater, pastor at Cornerstone Christian Fellowship in Fountain Valley, California writes: “We’ve convinced ourselves that successful equals big. So small must equal failure. Therefore, anytime you have “small” and “successful” in the same phrase – voila! Instant oxymoron. But one of the goals Jesus […]

Beautiful, Missional Feet

“In the Bible we read about “beautiful feet” (Romans 10:15). Mine are not beautiful, I assure you, in their human form. However, they are made more beautiful when they move—when they go on mission—and are missional feet.” Read all of Ed Stetzer’s “Beautiful, Missional Feet.”

Evangelism is a Four Letter Word

“I get it. Culture is changing rapidly and radically. The methods we have used successfully for decades have become ineffective, even counter-productive. Heaven? Spiritual laws? Bible verses? These no longer spark spiritual interest. Evangelism training isn’t what it used to be, but in many cases is uncertain of what it should be.” Read all of […]

Why Small Churches Get Stuck: Valuing Busyness Over Relationships

Does your weekly schedule looks like this: Sunday included Sunday School, the morning worship service, youth choir in the afternoon, Training Union and the evening worship service. Visitation was on Monday. Various leadership meetings as well as basketball in the gym on Tuesday. Wednesday consisted of RA’s and GA’s (boy’s and girl’s clubs), prayer meeting and choir practice for […]

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