Don't Let What You Know Limit What You Imagine -... →
This is a very interesting article from the Harvard Business Review. Bill Taylor is co-founder of Fast Company magazine, which I read with some regularity. It’s always full of the creative thinking of emerging businesses who don’t necessarily believe that the old ways of doing things are the only ways.
My Wife Had A Bad Experience At Chick-Fil-A! --... →
Perry Noble is about as down to earth as they come. He is the pastor of NewSpring Church, a multi-site megachurch in SC. There is a lot of truth in this blog about human nature, entitlement culture, and the church.
Building Up Congregations and Their Leaders:... →
20 years ago, Loren Mead explored the challenges of the “post-Christendom” era church in several future looking books. In this Alban Institute blog post, there are several very relevant quotations from Mead’s work. These are worth a careful read.
A Time to Play the Long Game - Barry Ensign-George →
There is a whole lot of anger, anxiety and confusion in the Presbyterian Church (USA) these days. Barry Ensign-George in this blog describes not only the pain, but he calls us to a longer view that strikes me as a wise perspective no matter where you land on the the current opinion spectrum.
Re-Imagining Theological Education | 3DM (by Doug Paul). This 6-min video makes a case for what may be wrong with seminary education—and what we need to do about it. What do you think?
Why I REALLY Do Believe That NewSpring Church Is... →
Perry Noble is pastor of NewSpring Church, a multi-site megachurch in South Carolina. The church has seen tremendous growth in each of its locations—mostly in smaller towns/cities. Over the last months, Perry has indicated that he is praying that 100,000 people would come to know Christ through the ministry of NewSpring by the year 2020. His fundamental strategy is to continue to focus on...