Category Archives: Winter 2011

Synergy: Working Together, Accomplishing More

Synergy: Working Together, Accomplishing More

How do you define synergy? According to the Encarta dictionary, synergy is the working together of two or more people, organizations, or things, especially when the result is greater than the sum of their individual effects or capabilities. In the …
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Posted in Synergy, Winter 2011

Global Outlook

Global Outlook

Why Not a Multiethnic Church? Could your church be multiethnic? Check how many nationalities live in your community. Go to http://www.peoplegroups.info/; click on your state; then go to city, county, or zip code to find the list of nations that live in a …
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Posted in Global Outlook, Synergy, Winter 2011

Inward Look

Inward Look

A Quiet Getaway for Pastors “Jesus made it a regular habit to get away from the crowds so He could reconnect with His Father. If He needed to, how much more do we?” asks Jon Beight, executive director of  Twin Lakes …
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Posted in Inward Look, Synergy, Winter 2011

Reach Out

Reach Out

10 Tips for Welcoming Visitors Most churches are thrilled to see visitors attend services. Often we can reach these people with the gospel; other times we can minister to them as they grow spiritually. Sometimes they are committed believers who …
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Posted in Reach Out, Synergy, Winter 2011

Building Your Ministry

Building Your Ministry

Pastoral Fine Points Correct theology, passionate preaching, a heart for God, an emphasis on Christ, and good people skills are big matters essential to quality ministry. But ministry also contains mundane matters, which are the nitty-gritty of pastoral basics. Our …
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Posted in Building Your Ministry, Synergy, Winter 2011