Jaye Johnson: Missional Accountability – Focusing on What God Desires

Kevin Newsguru

While we find struggling churches in different contexts, theological backgrounds, sizes, and cultures, declining congregations have one thing in common: A palpable lack of focus on what God desires. They have collectively ceased seeking God’s plan for their congregations and communities. Conversely, all thriving churches have leaders fearlessly living in God’s purpose, both individually and collectively as a congregation. Missional … Read More

Jaye Johnson: Missional Accountability – Focusing on What God Desires

Kevin Newsguru

While we find struggling churches in different contexts, theological backgrounds, sizes, and cultures, declining congregations have one thing in common: A palpable lack of focus on what God desires. They have collectively ceased seeking God’s plan for their congregations and communities. Conversely, all thriving churches have leaders fearlessly living in God’s purpose, both individually and collectively as a congregation. Missional … Read More

Dan Pezet: Creating a Connection Between the Church and the Community

Kevin Newsguru

There are some emerging movements among churches in America and beyond that are showing promise for how the church will transform to thrive in this new century in which we find ourselves. Among these movements are some common practices that we can implement to keep up with an ever changing ministry field. Spoiler alert: They all have something to do … Read More

Quincy Brown: Engaging Your Community: Answering the Questions Your Community Is Asking

Ken Bell

Participants receive a certificate for 1-hour CEU following the online class. The church’s mission is to make disciples and teach them to obey everything Jesus taught. For most churches, however, the struggle isn’t the definition of a disciple. Instead, the challenge is how the church structures itself to help people embody the promise of life change for community impact that … Read More