Published: 2 years ago

The What, Why, & When of Weekenders

There is power in observation. If you’re a part of this blog community, chances are good that you appreciate the benefits of reading. On this site, you’ll read about guest services, read about processes, read about how to move people from connected to committed. …

Published: 4 years ago

Thursday Three For All

How To Keep A Library Of (Physical) Books. I love me some books (especially the ones that deal with grammar). Ryan Holiday schools us on how to organize an incredibly large library. I’ll be real clear about the benefits of owning physical books: You …

Published: 5 years ago

What Happens on Monday?

If you’re a regular reader, you know that Fridays are usually reserved for archived posts. But that was before @MichaelMears tweeted this question yesterday: Are you gonna blog any on connecting new peeps at Easter & follow up? Just an idea 🙂 Y’all know I’m …

Published: 5 years ago

Why You Shouldn’t Join A Church

I believe in the local church. I love the spiritual body of believers that God assembles in cities and towns and neighborhoods all over the globe. I love the diversity, the community, and the viability that the local church provides. I’m a fan of …

Published: 5 years ago

Ask the Question; Close the Deal

Last Saturday night we hosted our monthly Starting Point event: a three hour, no holds barred, newcomer extravaganza designed to help connected people become committed people. It was by far the largest group of people we’ve ever had to complete the process in one …

Published: 5 years ago

All In Means All In

  Our church is currently smack in the middle of a series called “All In.” If you’re not a part of the Summit, All In is a movement that is part capital campaign, part mission fund, part small group & ministry team push. (You …

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