Monthly Archives: October 2013

A Surprising 2020 Vision

I find myself struggling this morning with the challenge of reproducing myself as a church vitality trainer and consultant.  The need for training and consulting in this ministry specialty is immense and hundreds of specialists such as I are needed. … Continue reading

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Possible vs. Probable – Part 4

So – we come to the final installment of the Possible vs. Probable series, focusing on viability.  As a reminder, Scripture does say that all things are possible with God, but I say that, though all things are possible, not … Continue reading

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Possible vs. Probable – Part 3

Our four-part series on the possible measured against the probable continues today.  My thesis is that, though all things are possible with God, not all things are probable.  When we are trying to move a church out of plateau or … Continue reading

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Possible vs. Probable – Part 2

With my last post I entered some dangerous territory that might come across as my claiming that trusting God, when against the odds, is ill founded and ill advised.  Not so, we should always be in a state of trusting … Continue reading

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Possible vs. Probable – Part 1

In Matthew 19:26, Jesus makes the statement, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.”  OK – I get that God is bigger than man and can accomplish much more than man.  In fact, God can … Continue reading

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