Francis Chan's great challenge to start over

 
Aug. 2, 2012
On his move to San Francisco to start a new church: "I don't want to start calling my friends. I don't want to call the best worship leaders."   (courtesy of NACC)

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Asian Americans in the church will double by 2040 (and other stats)

"While Asian Americans are a convenient label, there's a huge amount of diversity, and you don't want to just lump them together. That can actually be very offensive." DJ Chuang gives an overview of Asian American demographics and church trends at Turnaround 20/20.
August 25, 2014  

How Nelson Searcy started his coaching network

Nelson explains how he got into coaching - from his experience at Saddleback Church to planting a congregation in New York City, to building the infrastructure that now encourages nearly 2,000 pastors.
August 25, 2014  

God is bigger when we need him more

Joni Eareckson Tada describes her morning wake-up routine as a battle with bitterness, then a surrender to the Lord, ending in joy. "God always seems bigger to those who need him most." (Courtesy of NACC.)
August 15, 2014  

The power of suffering together

"There is a gravitational pull to suffering." Pastor Jon Weece of Southland Christian Church in Lexington, Ky. tells story after compelling story about suffering and the questions that follow. He ends with a word of encouragement echoed in Revelation 7. (Courtesy of NACC.)
August 15, 2014  

'Sometimes churches just need to die'

"I know that's a controversial statement," says Stephen Gray at Turnaround 20/20. "We don't like to think in those terms. But between 30,000 and 40,000 churches over the last decade have closed their doors for good."
July 22, 2014  

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Ed Stetzer: The real state of the church

"Stop saying that the church is dying," Ed exhorts the audience of church leaders and consultants at the Church Central Turnaround 20/20 conference. "First of all, it's really bad theology, but more than that, it's really bad statistics." Ed presents surprising numbers that tell the real story of the modern ...
August 11, 2014  

The "D" of DISC personalities - does this match you?

Understanding the different personality types will help you work with and lead people. In this clip, Aubrey Malphurs details the "D," or dominant, personality. (Excerpted from the Society for Church Consulting's training)
August 11, 2014  

When your church is under constant stress

If you're a church planter, pastor or lay leader, Jesus has a promise about the stress you're under. Aaron Brockett explains how Jesus' letter to the church at Smyrna relates to today's angst-filled leaders. (Courtesy of NACC.)
August 06, 2014  

10 things your church wishes you knew about social media

Your church members want you to join them online. Here's how to do it right without wasting time or missing opportunities to minister. (Tami Heim at Church Central Turnaround 20/20.)
August 06, 2014  

Jesus will do something about the sin in your (HIS) church

"Now will be the time you come clean," said Matt Proctor in this session at the North American Christian Convention. "Never - ever, ever, ever - underestimate Jesus."
July 28, 2014  

A fresh way to look at young people in the church

Consultant Scott Wilcher describes an innovative way to perceive the younger generation: as orphans in need of love and guidance. (From the ChurchCentral.com Turnaround 20/20 conference.)
July 28, 2014  

Extroverts and introverts in ministry - which is more effective?

Do you know which personality style is more effective for the pastor of a large church? (Excerpted from a Society for Church Consulting training session taught by Aubrey Malphurs)
July 22, 2014  

When momentum is dangerous

Pastor Aaron Brockett examines Jesus' criticism of the church at Ephesus in Revelation 2. "This was a great church that had done nothing overtly wrong. They were just coasting on momentum." (Courtesy of NACC.)
July 15, 2014  


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