Post Covid Church Growth

Once upon a time, a long time ago, I was recruited to be a church planter in metro area. Kris and I were invited to start a new church in any legitimate city in the US and we were torn about where to plant. We had a ready-made core-congregation in Atlanta, people we’d connected […]

Growing Your Church? You’ll Need Alliances

The following post is a rough draft of a section in the book 21st Century Strategies for Church Growth that I’m in the midst of writing. Your feedback is appreciated....

Kick Start Growth

...almost certain. ===== You Might Also Like: Best Practices of Kingdom Growth Loving Your Church to Death … or to Growth Growth Barriers Additional Resources: Unfreezing Moves Breaking Barriers Kit...

The Number One Problem with Western Christianity: McGavran and Disciple Making

...number one problem with Western Christianity rests on its misunderstanding of the Church Growth movement and the liberalization of the Western Church. Let me explain. The Church Growth movement, under...

The First Strategy for Church Growth

The following post is a rough draft of a section in Chapter 1 in our upcoming book, 21st Century Strategies for Church Growth. Grow Spiritual Leaders to Grow Spiritual Members...

The Problem with Western Christianity

...basic problem with Western Christianity rests on a misunderstanding of the Church Growth movement and the liberalization of the Western Church. Let me explain. The Church Growth movement, under Donald...

Church Planting, Ridleys 13 Characteristics and Test

...growth believing in church growth as a theological principle appreciating steady and consistent growth without preoccupation with the quick success factor committing to numerical growth within the context of spiritual...

Look to the Margins

...only branch of the church that has any significant growth at all! Yet the leadership regularly overlooks them as models of growth and seldom recognizes or promotes these ethnic leaders....

The Growth Debate

...conversion growth … or how many of that 83 percent you’re actually reaching. Biological growth is important, but as church leaders we don’t have much control over this one. Small...