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Serve Somebody…with your team!

“No matter how brilliant your mind or strategy, if you’re playing a solo game, you’ll always lose out to a team.” -- Reid Hoffman If you have dipped, dabbled or become submersed in any level of volunteerism or servitude of  western civilization churches, you would...

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Get Uncomfortable

In today’s church, when people hear the word evangelism, they tend to squirm. Thoughts of standing on the street with signs saying “free prayer” or uncomfortably approaching people in the grocery store start rushing through our mind. Here are 3 things to help you get over feeling uncomfortable when evangelizing.

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You Can’t Go At It Alone

When my wife and I were given the honor of overseeing the youth ministry here at New Covenant Church, we had the opportunity to go a conference called Youth Pastor Summit. The conference was hosted by an organization called Student Leadership University (SLU) and it...

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The True Meaning of Small Groups

I know that all pastors are supposed to believe in small groups. I'm pretty sure there's something in some hidden set of bylaws somewhere that say you can't be part of the pastor club if you don't believe in small groups. Yes, I know there are many valid scriptural...

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A Wholehearted Leap

Worship is so much more than twenty-five minutes on a Sunday morning. It is a daily, beautiful exchange of giving Him your whole heart and receiving His perfect love. The love that heals, restores and casts out all fear.

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Why The Big Event Is Not For Church People

Traditionally, it has always been a time where we eat great food, play fun games, have a water slide for the kids, and enjoy this out-of-the-ordinary opportunity for fellowship. Our pastors talk about it until they’re blue in the face, but it’s not always carried out. The Big Event is not for church people! It is about the community.

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Saved People Serve People

Welcome to Questions of the People: Church Edition. Question number 1: Why is serving so Important? This is a huge question! One reason serving is important, it allows us to use or gifts. By gifts I mean what we enjoy and excel in. The uniqueness of each gift allows...

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