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4 common church types across the nation from the 2018 State of the Church in America

Statistics collected in a 5-year period between 2013-2018 from among over 350 North American Congregations More upcoming 2018 State of the Church in America Mainline Ministry Characteristics 5 more common church types across the nation 3 financial characteristics of the average church in America College education take over church leadership 4 leading types of pastor’s […]

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Make your VBS amazing in 2018

Choosing VBS Made Easy. As you begin planning for the summer months ahead we want to make the process of choosing and ordering Vacation Bible School easier for you. So, we’ve partnered with the best ministries to offer you great deals and resources you can trust! Here are 4 curated VBS Starter Kits for you: Babylon Starter Kit […]

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National Church Survey to Reveal 2018 State of the Church in America

National church survey reveals important data about the state of the church in America today The survey has been conducted for the past two years in several hundred congregations from all denominations across the United States. All collected national trends provide information about essential ministry dynamics and characteristics of the local congregation like: Church Type […]

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BibleTech 2018

This two-day conference is designed for publishers, programmers, webmasters, educators, bloggers and anyone interested in using technology to improve Bible study. BibleTech to Showcase Logos 6’s Innovations | LogosTalk Thank you for completing the BibleTech Conference survey. Based on the feedback, we are looking into options for a more comprehensive conference in 2019. We would love […]

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7 Church Trends in 2018

1. A Move Beyond Church In A Box Let me start out by saying I’m a huge supporter of the local church. Anyone who’s read these pages would know that. The mission of the local church is the most important mission on planet earth. Which is why this issue is so critical. This year I think more […]

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