“It’s so important that we stand up and show up for children, because that’s what the Lord does for us,”
"We want to teach our students that everyone they interact with should walk away feeling like they’ve been seen, known and heard, just like Jesus would treat them,”
“It's all about including those that aren’t here yet and reaching those that are lost.”
“The generation around you is hungry for something,” he said. “Take what you’re learning here and take it to the rest of your generation.”
“There were challenges, but the blessings were so rich,”
"The gospel will come out in unexpected ways at an unexpected time through unexpected people.”
Carey Nieuwhof shares about “Why the Old Model of Church No Longer Works,” and what the future of church may look like.
"We thought this was a boat trip, and now we’re facing mountains,”
“The methods may be broken, but the mission is eternal. This is the opportunity to retool the methods so that the mission gets realized.”
Churches are learning how to blend their contemporary and modern services together. Read how churches are learning to adjust worship services to be more intergenerational.
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