Maximizing Coaching Opportunities

Maximizing Coaching Opportunities

By Eric Wenger   |    October 1, 2019

“Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the family of believers” (Galatians 6:10, NIV). I was recently blessed to share C4USM’s two-day Mission Coach Training with a cohort from the California-Nevada-Hawaii (CNH) District. It was a very positive experience serving with coaches-in-training and experienced coaches from CNH.

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New Dynamics in Missions

New Dynamics in Missions

By Cynthia Khan   |   September 15, 2019

There has been a huge shift in outreach strategies as the demographics have changed in almost all major U.S. cities. We receive calls from churches all over the US commenting on how local demographics have changed; so church members need training and tools of how to reach the internationals who are now their new American neighbors.

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Great Small Churches

Great Small Churches

By Peter Meier   |   August 15, 2019

“Can anything good come from Nazareth?” Nathaniel asked Philip, John 1:46.

It was a small town slam. Nazareth in Jesus’ day was a very small town of maybe 100 people. Those who lived there were considered backwards, hill-people. Yet, it was in this small town that the Son of God was raised and from which He established a ministry that would transform the world.

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Why New Church Development Remains Vital

Why New Church Development Remains Vital

By Peter Meier   |   July 15, 2019

A recent Pinetops Foundation independent report, The Great Opportunity: The American Church in 2050, reveals that the United States faces staggering population growth and increasing numbers of people unaffiliated with a local church. Combined with a rapid increase in dying or declining churches, the report details a critical need for thousands of more churches in America . . .

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