3 Reasons Churches Do Not Grow

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Reasons Churches Do Not Grow What are the reasons churches find it difficult to grow?  In the past decades, churches in the United States have seen many challenges before them.  Many congregations take on these challenges and do well.  Others do not last very long.  What is happening? Below are three reasons churches are not […]

3 Deadly Reasons Why My Church Is Dying?

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3 Deadly Reasons Why My Church Is Dying? Today is Sunday, and while I am writing this blog, there have been several hundred congregations that have closed their doors in the past few weeks.  Other churches are looking into their future, and it is not looking good.  As this is taking place, many people are […]

Burnout and Church Responsibility

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Burnout and Church Responsibility In the past one hundred years, the church has placed upon its leaders more responsibility than ever before.  This type of responsibility can create an environment for personal burnout. In a recent conference, I attended I took a class on time management only to be thoroughly discouraged by the speaker that […]

From Chaos to Glory

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Conflict is all around us.  Some minor conflict can actually help people grow.  God can even use it to bring glory to Himself as people place their focus back onto Him. Unfortunately, an epidemic of more serious destructive conflict situations have infiltrated today’s churches.  In his book From Chaos to Glory  Dr. Robert Williamson addresses […]

8 Simple Reasons Most Churches Do Not Grow

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8 Simple Reasons Most Churches Do Not Grow Have you ever wondered why most churches do not grow? In asking this question, I have discovered 8 simple reasons churches do not grow. There are many congregations that will close their doors next Sunday.  Those congregations most likely have been in decline for some time. There […]