God did not intend for us to be divided along racial lines. Listen in as Victoria Gibbs and Janice McWhertor of CORR, Congregations Organizing for Racial Reconciliation, explain how we can begin to move together.
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Does a Happy Meal or a locally flavored burger better satisfy people’s hunger? Listen in as Rosario Picardo and Jason Moore of Ginghamsburg and beyond discuss serving the gospel, cooked up with a little local flavor.
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Demographics expert, church consultant and author Tom Bandy gives us the latest scoop on Mission Impact v3.0. He also talks about the difference between strategic planning and strategic thinking. (And why strategic thinking moves us forward.)
Ministering to thousands of people each weekend at the four Grace Church campuses near Cape Coral, Fla., takes leadership, trust and “appropriate vulnerability.” Listen in as Pastor Jorge Acevedo explains how it’s built over time.
Creating a new dinner church may be easier than you think. Sit down with Matt Kreh, pastor of Gunnisonville and Bath UMC just outside of Lansing. Hear about how God is working to change culture and open minds, one pizza slice at a time.
Hang out with the team from Cornerstone UMC and learn the top two questions visitors ask themselves (and what you can do to get them to return). Plus, see how they grow their small groups in a surprisingly short time.
Jon Ferguson is co-founding pastor of Community Christian Church, which has reached thousands of new people in Chicagoland. When it comes to multiplying God’s kingdom, Jon says you don’t need a megachurch. One extra leader will do.
Lia McIntosh serves as the Associate Director of Congregational Excellence for the Missouri Annual Conference. In this role, McIntosh collaborates with and coaches pastors and laity to launch new congregations and revitalize existing ones.