Tag Archives: Chrisitanity

Southern Baptist Churches In Decline! But Why?

Yesterday I wrote a post entitled 13 Signs People Are Excited To Attend Your Church.  To read that post, click here.  I must now address the opposite situation. Earlier today, Lifeway Christian Resources reported declines in Southern Baptist churches in attendance, membership, and baptisms from 2009.  The baptism totals are the lowest in 60 years!  To […]

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8 Things Pastors And Church Leaders Can Learn From Oprah

The final episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show will air this Wednesday, May 25th.  While I disagree with the majority of her worldview, you cannot deny the impact of her life.  Truly an Apex Leader, she is arguably the most influential female leader of the last century. A May 20th USA Today article on Oprah made […]

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Keep Your Hands Off My Daughter!

People just do not understand how daddies feel about their little girls.  Therefore, I going to help provide some insight into that area. Before I begin, it is important for you to remember that I was once a 12-year old boy, 16-year old teenager, and 21-year old man.  I know exactly what guys are thinking at […]

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What Churches Should Learn From Social Media And The Egyptian Revolution

Savvy leaders have always understood the powerful influence of social media.  Here are some quotes from the last 24 hours with key applications for all leaders, specifically those in the local church. Courtesy of http://news.egypt.com “Twitter was used by people on the ground to relay what was happening,” said Rasha Abdulla, head of the Mass Communication […]

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12 Lessons We Learn From People Who Don’t Go To Church

When is the last time you truly listened to a visitor of your church?  I think we can learn much from them.  Yesterday, I posted a blog that was an interview of my two unchurched nieces after they attended a recent service.  You can read that post here. Here are the key applications that church leaders can take from […]

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