Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Tuesday Roundup: Eight Articles

Doctrine Matters: Eternal Life Depends upon It

Christianity is much more than getting your doctrine right. But it is not less. Read more

7 Impractical Leadership Principles and Why I Use Them

I’ve learned, however, the most practical way isn’t always the most prudent way. Let me explain. Read more

10 Habits of Ultra-Likable Leaders

Likability isn't a birthright. It results from acquirable skills that are crucial to your professional success. Read more

3 Ways To Take Your Preaching To The Next Level

One of my biggest problems in sermon writing is what people call “analysis paralysis” – I get so involved studying for a sermon that, eventually, the more I study, the worse it becomes. Read more

3 Ways Social Media Can Help Curb Church Decline

There are many reasons why people attend church less frequently nowadays, but all too often churches aren’t even aware that this is happening. How can this be? Most churches track how many people attend every week, but not so many count how often each person attends. Lots of people are now leaving the church gradually, by attending less often. It may seem intrusive to keep track of how often your members attend, but decreasing attendance frequency is one of the biggest reasons why churches decline. Read more

Who Do You Hang Out With?

Church leaders must consider who Jesus spent time with and seek to follow his lead. Read more

The Norwegian secret to enjoying a long winter

Residents of Norway view their long, dark winters as something to celebrate. How it is possible to be cheerful for the next four months. Read more
Winters have been growing colder and longer in western Kentucky and elsewhere in the United States. Here are a number of suggestions for maintaining a positive winter mindset.
Evangelicals Lag Behind Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses on Church Involvement

Pew ranks 22 denominations by attendance and membership. Read more

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