Jeff Vines on how we can have power over sin

July 26, 2012
A new illustration of Romans 6 for church leaders. (from NACC '11)

Topics: Church Growth , Discipleship , Ministry

Companies: NACC-No. American Christian , Jeff Vines

Parnell Lovelace on successful ministry succession

Pastor Parnell Lovelace, Jr. teaches the necessity of succession planning, relaying his story of passing the baton to a younger pastor in his own 3,600-member Center of Praise church in Sacramento, Calif. "The vision is always bigger than the person," says Pastor Lovelace. (From the Church Central Turnaround 20/20 conference.)
December 18, 2014  

Judgment vs. perception personalities - which are you?

How do you relate to the outer world? Are you controlled or spontaneous, planned or flexible? (Excerpted from the Society for Church Consulting's training, Aubrey Malphurs, instructor)
December 18, 2014  

This discipleship process sparked our church's turnaround

"It's brought real life into our church," says Steve Cartin. "The process transformed our deacons. It's transformed our church leadership. In the past 18 months we've added more folks to the church than we have in the past nine years." (From Church Central Turnaround 20/20.)
December 15, 2014  

Mark DeYmaz: Community transformation begins with reflecting the community

Mark describes how his model goes beyond the rhetoric of "taking this town for Jesus" to actually doing it. "It's a scalable model for any church of any size to not only work toward turnaround in their church, but turnaround in their community."
December 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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The three elements of successful ministry

How has God wired you, where is he sending you, and how is he developing you? Gordon Penfold, co-author with Aubrey Malphurs of Re:VISION - The Key to Transforming Your Church, summarizes how pastors should analyze their situation and skill set. (From Church Central Turnaround 20/20.)
December 08, 2014  

Thinker vs. feeler personalities - which are you?

How do you make decisions? Do you use your head or your heart more often? (Excerpted from the Society for Church Consulting's training, Aubrey Malphurs, instructor)
December 08, 2014  

How Beacon Hill Baptist Church adjusted to its community, and thrived

Lizette Beard of LifeWay Research tells the story of a church in the Transformational Churches research that made simple changes and connected better with its community and its mission. (From the Turnaround 20/20 conference.)
December 01, 2014  

Lighting the pastor's passion for life

A fired-up Frank Smith exhorts pastors to ignite their churches to fight a battle for life that is more than just "pro-life."
December 01, 2014  

A pastor's adventure of suffering in Haiti

Jon Weece relates how an invitation to preach at a small mountain church in Haiti reconnected him to Jesus and God's perspective on suffering. (Courtesy of NACC.)
November 21, 2014  

The biggest obstacle to church growth

Dann Spader and Don Matthews discuss common multiplication issues inherent in church clusters and networks. "The biggest problem is in leadership," says Don. "It wasn't that the pastor didn't love the church, didn't have a heart for God, or didn't have the abilities to pastor the church, but one thing ...
November 21, 2014  

Aubrey Malphurs explains sensing vs. intuition personalities in Myers-Briggs

Sensing personalities deal with what's in front of them; intuitives deal with what could be there. Facts vs. possibilities. (Excerpted from the Society for Church Consulting's training, Aubrey Malphurs, instructor)
November 17, 2014  

A pastor puts lessons from 'church turnaround bootcamp' to work

Rev. Esther Cottrell of Ohio Ministries Church of God describes how one pastor in her judicatory went through a week-long training, took the leadership concepts back to his struggling church, and saw quick increases in baptisms and attendance. (From the Church Central Turnaround 20/20 conference.)
November 17, 2014  

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