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It’s STATurday: Church Numbers

From issues of morality to the importance of missions, here’s what recent surveys and numbers report about either Americans, those who call themselves Christians and what we are part of—the church, or both.* 44% of practicing Christians agree that it’s a good practice for couples to live together outside of marriage. 88% of people who […]

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10 in 10

Recently I was asked to share with a group of pastors 10 things I’ve learned in 10 years, mainly about church planting and ministry. Though no doubt the lessons learned are way more than that, I did manage to whittle the list down to 10. Interestingly, as I reviewed the list, I realized these 10 […]

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It’s STATurday: Numbers on Multisiting

This is the second installment of InkLink’s new weekend feature, a Saturday-only post that will center on statistics. Thus, the name “It’s STATurday.” The goal is laser-like and singular, namely, to provide a statistical window into a topic and, as a result, provide a gentle push for us to do something. You see, often facts […]

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Nuggets from Exponential

When overloaded with information, I have found it helpful to process it bit by bit—incrementally—chewing on one nugget at a time. This is exactly what I did over the weekend with the avalanche of material from Exponential, where the theme was church planting and multiplication. Here are 13 of the nuggets I’m still digesting. Believe […]

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Rear View Mirror Monday: On Planting a Church #9

It’s the question I get asked most often by young, aspiring church planters — “If you had to do it over again, what would you do — or not do — differently?” It is in answer to that question that I’ve been using Mondays to post my “rearview mirror” perspective on that issue. So today, here’s installment […]

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Rear View Mirror Monday: On Planting a Church #8

It’s the question I get asked most often by young, aspiring church planters — “If you had to do it over again, what would you do — or not do — differently?” It is in answer to that question that I’ve been using Mondays to post my “rearview mirror” perspective on that issue. So today, here’s installment […]

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Rearview Mirror Monday: On Planting a Church #7

It’s the question I get asked most often by young, aspiring church planters — “If you had to do it over again, what would you do — or not do — differently?” It is in answer to that question that I’ve been using Mondays to post my “rearview mirror” perspective on that issue. So today, here’s installment […]

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Rearview Mirror Monday: On Planting a Church #5

It’s the question I get asked most often by young, aspiring church planters — “If you had to do it over again, what would you do — or not do — differently?” It is in answer to that question that I’ve been using Mondays to post my “rearview mirror” perspective on that issue. So today, here’s installment […]

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Rearview Mirror Monday: On Planting a Church #4

It’s the question I get asked most often by young, aspiring church planters — “If you had to do it over again, what would you do — or not do — differently?” It is in answer to that question that I’ve been using Mondays to post my “rearview mirror” perspective on that issue. So today, here’s installment […]

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Rearview Mirror Monday: On Planting a Church #3

It’s the question I get asked most often by young, aspiring church planters — “If you had to do it over again, what would you do — or not do — differently?” It is in answer to that question that I’ve been using Mondays to post my “rearview mirror” perspective on that issue. So today, here’s installment […]

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