Are you transforming your church planting and ministry programs to meet the demands of the Technological Revolution that is happening as we speak? Are you focusing on your congregation’s experience through adaptation of disruptive technologies? Are you innovating new church planting models and new church strategies by driving differentiated value through technology? Are you educating […]Read more "Disruption in the Church: Are You Ready?"
Churches need a Chief Information Security “Officer” commonly called a CISO. This is the person responsible for the risk assessments. As privacy becomes more prominent in 2019, you will begin to experience the need for a CISO. The risk assessment will be your key for defending your actions, should someone question why or why not […]Read more "The Church and Risk Assessments"
By now most of us who have been in ministry and church planting for some years, we have read all the playbooks on reinventing your church, we have learned from the best in the field. What they wrote is correct. These great thinkers have moved us to new ways of thinking about our church and […]Read more "Curch Reimaged and Reinvented: Are you prepared"
It’s a dark, dreary day, I look out the window and think, Is God really there? Often we find ourselves wondering how is it we are supposed to believe in a God that we just can’t possibly wrap our heads around? At what point in our life did we struggle with the concept that if […]Read more "God? Are you really there? Hello!"
Deciding what is real and not is most definitely not a democratic process. So keep that thought when you are thinking about the reality of God. Determining if God is real or not is not a democratic process.Read more "Has your idea of God changed?"
The musing this week is going to be a multi-part musing that may take several weeks to “muddle” through, but trust me; it will be, well worth your time. Now keep this in mind. Even if you disagree with what I write, the mere fact you have read it, ponder it and drew some conclusions […]Read more "The God Question? Have we really answered it?"
Church Leaders are resolved that they must transform their strategies, processes, and technology infrastructure to succeed in this new world. The question is how?Read more "The long winding road called the internet"
Churches and middle governing bodies need to think of technology in the context of “Enterprise Resource Planning” or better known as ERP. Once cost prohibitive for most churches and even some governing bodies, the technology landscape today is prime. With the advent of cloud-based technology, along with the emerging tools of the fourth industrial revolution, […]Read more "Congregational Patterns are the Key for ERP"
The church is a community of the Spirit giving witness of the Trinity to an alternative and hopeful future of a community of disciples. We must realize we live in the midst of profound social and cultural change driven by the fourth industrial revolution of digital technology and globalization. Churches of all types and denominations […]Read more "THE e-CHURCH MODEL FOR THE 21ST CENTURY: A call for re-discipleship"
Physical distance is as much an issue for churches as it is for business. Think of “Extended Reality” (XR) and the role it could have in your church, your missional activities and creating discipleship. If you think about all the ways, we connect with our congregations, and when you look at the core, it is […]Read more "Does your church have a distance problem?"