When it comes to disciple making in the local church, I am hearing from frustrated pastors and other church leaders who feel they expend a great deal of energy and resources but still don’t make much progress. Their discipleship ministry, much like our flat-bottom boat, is stuck.
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We don’t know a single pastor who hopes their church becomes a holy huddle—an exclusive, clique-ish group of people who are apathetic about seeing others come to new life in Christ.
After a few years of economic optimism, pastors say the 2020 economy is hurting their congregation.
Why do they do this? Because they’ve learned that the enthusiastic support of the pastor is the most effective way to get a church to take action toward any initiative.
As a pastor in a small town I can have a larger influence on my town than a pastor at a larger church in a bigger city.