Americans spend more than 10 hours a day staring at soft glowing screens. It’s healthier to move some of the time consuming to creating. … More A Case for Creating over Consuming
This the third trite saying needs abandoning because it’s flat out untrue. If you use this saying, you might as well also say the world is flat. … More New Flash! Time Doesn’t Heal All Wounds!
The faster the rate of change, the more time it takes to keep up with the changes. This irony is challenging churches. … More Ministry at the Speed of Change
Practice does not make perfect. It’s time to stop telling people it does. … More Practice Doesn’t Make Perfect
The most important decisions about starting new churches happen at the beginning. Here are five key questions to ask when discerning where to start a church. … More Discerning Where to Start a Church
I’ve reached a tipping point with some trite leadership sayings we should simply abandon using. The first is, “Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.” … More “Whatever Doesn’t Kill You…”
I tested a graphic design app that churches might use called Adobe Spark. Here’s the findings. … More Church Communications: Testing Adobe Spark