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Equipping Your Whole Church in the Art of Spiritual Conversations

“Evangelism was the prerogative and duty of every church member … The ordinary people of the first century church saw it as their job: Christianity was supremely a lay movement, spread by informal missionaries.” – Michael Green We will not … Continue reading

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Increasing the Spiritual Conversations of Your Board Members

  “Helping to fulfill the Great Commission is the single most important task of the Church. Therefore, developing evangelistic leadership to carry out that mission should be a top priority.” – Bill Bright Are your board meetings filled with a burning passion … Continue reading

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Training Your Church To Engage in More Spiritual Conversations

This series of posts is dedicated to giving you ideas to help you, your team and your church in developing a plan for increasing your spiritual conversations this year. First we need to own it as the leader, second we … Continue reading

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Calling Leaders to Increase Their Spiritual Conversations

This series of posts is dedicated to giving you ideas to help you, your team and your church in developing a plan for increasing your spiritual conversations this year. 1. Own it as the leader. 2. Expand the effectiveness of your … Continue reading

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How to Increase Your Spiritual Conversations

“In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.” – Dwight D. Eisenhower Eisenhower understood that something happens to us and to our organization when we go through the process of planning.  It deepens our conviction, it … Continue reading

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