Interviews

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Episode #34 - Why Are Evangelists on the "Endangered Species" List and What Can We Do About It? - with Dr. Bill Hogg

In this episode, we talk with Bill Hogg about the lack of evangelism in our churches, how we can develop and deploy evangelists, and how it all starts out of our growing relationship with Jesus. To listen or download, click on one of the links below and select Episode 34.

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Stories and Videos

Multiply Network Conference - May 3-4, 2020 in Halifax

We're excited to host our first ever Multiply Network Conference, May 3-4, 2020 in Halifax, NS. We are gathering just prior to our PAOC General Conference, so come a day early and hear Pastor Jeff Leake from Allison Park Church in Pittsburgh share from his wealth of experience in Church Multiplication! This conference is for planters, senior pastors of multisite churches, site pastors or simply those interested in church multiplication. We hope you'll consider joining us.

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Articles and Blogs

How Do You Define Evangelism?

Evangelism is not the same as mission. Part of the problem comes when people confuse the overarching mission with the task of evangelism. The mission involves both gospel demonstration and gospel proclamation. A vital part of the mission is gospel proclamation, which is what evangelism is. I think evangelism at its simplest is the telling of the gospel. But I think evangelism includes not just the telling. There’s also a desired response and typically some sort of invitation to that response.

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5 Disruptive Leadership Trends That Will Rule 2020

A brand new decade is here, and with it a massive amount of change as well as a lot of potential. So here’s a question: why should trends matter to leaders? For starters, we live in an age of massive disruption. For several years now, I’ve kicked off the new year with a post on disruptive trends leaders need to watch. After all, if you see the future, you can seize the future. If you don’t, you won’t. Leaders who miss emerging trends miss a lot. Just ask Blockbuster, Sears or the taxi industry.

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6 Disruptive Church Trends That Will Rule 2020

While it might seem like a lot of change and challenges ahead, you and I lead in an age of massive disruption. And leading in the church is even a little more complex than leading in the marketplace for numerous reasons. Here’s one of them: America is moving from a Christian to post-Christian culture faster than most people imagined, and will soon match the level of secularization found in places like Europe, Australia, Canada, and other Western nations.

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