Let's rely on the power of God rather than persuasive words to promote Christ and His kingdom.
Jesus emphasized searching out and finding the lost. And yet, how much of our time and money is spent on reaching or caring for people outside the church?
The Biblical pattern for church planting and church growth is proclaiming Jesus through discipling relationships.
Let's obey the Great Commission by telling people about Jesus and forming redemptive relationships wherever we go.
Does your church promote a culture that expects people to become followers of Christ and live for him? Or one that says attending once in a while is all that is needed?
Consumer Christianity has taken over many churches today and we are all paying the price. It effects nearly everything we think and do, including how we view God and the church.
Church happens outside of church walls, not just in the church building.
Why do people go to church? To get a lecture and watch the worship team? Or to connect with God and with other people?
Should churches focus on the Great Commandment and the Great Commission? Or filling seats and chasing after fame and financial success?
Are most churches today racially divided? Is that right? Is it Biblical?
Churches are known for their location, their building, their preaching, their worship band, or their media presence. But what does the Bible say we should be known for?
Should churches target only one generation and focus on that age group?
There is a lot of talk about taking the city for Christ. But what do we mean by that? And is it Biblical?