Terrorists Invading the Church

Latest news reports are that five terrorist cell groups have been operating in many of our churches. They have been identified as: Bin Sleepin, Bin Arguin, Bin Fightin, Bin Complainin, and Bin Missin. Their leader, Lucifer Bin Workin, trained these groups to destroy the Body of Christ. The plan is to come into the church… Continue reading Terrorists Invading the Church

Unatics, Unite!

I recently heard the story of a man who visited an asylum for the criminally insane. He was a bit surprised to find that there were three guards to take care of a hundred inmates. He said to one of the guards, “Aren’t you afraid that the inmates will unite, overcome you, and escape?” The… Continue reading Unatics, Unite!

Reasons To Go To Church

A Parade Magazine article this past Sunday(12.21.2008) dealt with Spirituality and Health. There were interesting observations made in the article. Here they are: 1. People who attend religious services tend to be healthier than those who do not. 2. Weekly churchgoers have a lower risk of death than those who never set foot inside a… Continue reading Reasons To Go To Church

The Five Top Reasons Churches Don’t Grow

Bill Tenny Brittian writes: “When I get called in as a consultant to work with stuck, plateaued, or declining churches I have a couple of things I look for right off the bat. In the vast majority of the cases I discover that their inability to grow, let alone sustain, their membership is caused by… Continue reading The Five Top Reasons Churches Don’t Grow

Churchgoing Kids of Nuclear Families do Best

WASHINGTON, December 17, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A new study from the Mapping America project, co-released by more than 30 state family policy councils, has fund that children have fewer problems at school and home when they live with both biological parents and frequently attend religious services. Dr. Nicholas Zill, the founding president of Child Trends,… Continue reading Churchgoing Kids of Nuclear Families do Best

Teens Leaving in Droves?

Are they really? A 2007 Barna poll said that young Americans (aged 16-29) are growing increasingly critical about Christianity and the Church, and are leaving the church entirely. Barna’s study wrote that their research showed “that despite strong levels of spiritual activity during the teen years, most twentysomethings disengage from active participation in the Christian… Continue reading Teens Leaving in Droves?

Four Types of Church Leaders

1.   Relational leaders are the care givers and sales people of the world. They influence through their superior people skills. Relational leaders gain followers by genuinely caring for them. They are both introverts and extroverts, but they excel in making people feel good about themselves. 2.   Teaching leaders have the power of communicating… Continue reading Four Types of Church Leaders

Church Exposed

What is the church really about? Find out the truth as we expose what it means to be a member and what God expects from us as the church. Connecting Growing Serving