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Take a look at this article by Thom Rainer, a follow-up to his recent post, “Autopsy of a Deceased Church” – Can a Dying Church Find Life? Six Radical Steps to “Yes”.
Metrolina Association exists to encourage and equip our churches to fulfill the Great Commission. One way we do that is by supporting financially ministry projects our churches pursue. The form to request financial resources from our Ministry Support Fund is … Continue reading
Take a look at this blogpost by Thom Rainer – excellent insights into the church’s “back door” and some good ways to deal with it. The Main Reason People Leave a Church.
As we enter into the year 2013, one of the assignments I will be fulfilling is to write a weekly article for the pastors and leaders in Metrolina Baptist Association. We will call them LeaderLessons. Our theme for the year … Continue reading
Rethinking Church Planting: A Conversation with Jimmy Scroggins – Trevin Wax.
On Mission with Dr. George Robinson.
An excellent word to pastors today – shepherding isn’t easy – Jesus never said it would be! Read and share… Pastor, Abandon Not the Flock – Pastors and Christian Leadership Resources.
Great to see this story from our own Newell Baptist Church! Thankful for the completion of their renovations, especially the elevator, and for their interim pastor, Scott Keith, who is doing an excellent job with this congregation. Going up? A … Continue reading