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Ed Stetzer Approved Stats Reveal Biting Sarcasm Is Unhealthy

NASHVILLE, TN – Christian Statistician Watchdog, Ed Stetzer, has publicly endorsed the findings of a recent survey. The goal of the study was to evaluate the influential effects of sarcasm from within church leadership. 151 more words


Revitalisation Should Be An Ongoing Aspect Of Healthy Church Life

Ed Stetzer expands on questions for churches that need revitalisation.
This one stood out to me:

“Is revitalization (or should it be) an ongoing process for all churches, even those that are growing?”

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REVITALIZATION & Revitalizing Church Through an Outward Focus #EdStetzer

When members are personally evangelistic, churches can be revitalized

by Ed Stetzer, The Exchange, 2/23/16.

Church revitalization is a very real and important topic to many today because statistics indicate that the majority of churches are plateaued or declining. 276 more words



By Ed Stetzer • June 1, 2015
There is a lot of talk about discipleship these days—and it is about time. Jesus seemed to think discipleship was a big deal, putting it as the heart—and the verb—of the Great Commission to “make disciples of all nations.” Yet, it seems discipleship has fallen on hard times in many churches in the West—for example, English-speaking places like the U.S., Canada, Australia and England where many Christians are just not as desperate and committed as their sisters and brothers in the Two-Thirds World. 817 more words

Discipleship Training

STEREOTYPING & Lessons from the Video: I’m Christian, But I’m Not

Commentary by Dr. Whitesel: These videos are aimed at going against stereotyping and thus have an important message.  The import seems to be that individual Christians come in all varieties.  198 more words