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T is for Teaching

I have given myself a challenge for the next 26 days – post the complete A-Z of Ministry to Children. T… telephone, tiger, Tachydidaxy… T is...

The Traveling Salesman Approach

This week we continue our conversation with Coach Shef on recruiting: There are basically three main ways to get leaders: a Big Push, catching...

S is for Sabbath

I have given myself a challenge for the next 26 days – post the complete A-Z of Ministry to Children. S… salad, sumo, suddenly, sabulose… S...

Brookwood Church’s Adventure Week starts today!!

Our Week long Adventure Week/VBS/Day Camp for kids starts today! I’m pumped. We’ve got a few kids and volunteers that will be here this...

Young Leadership Lesson #1 – Humility

So in rethinking my blog’s purpose one thing continually sticks out in my mind. I must talk about young leadership. I am a young...

Forward Momentum

When I think of turning a tide, I imagine a series of consistent movements in the right direction that create momentum.  A sage lesson...

Ministry Marketing: SWOT analysis

Maybe you don’t feel like you can totally take on the brunt of change in your ministry and the way they market themselves? Would...

SimChurch by Douglas Estes

SimChurch is a book by Douglas Estes of Western Seminary (San Jose, CA) and Berryessa Valley Church (San Jose, CA) that explores the answers...
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