A recent report entitled 'The 18-30 Mission: a missing generation?' highlights the desperate need for the church to respond to this crisis.
Paul Harcourt speaking at the LSE Network Leaders Day (Feb 2010) on the value and importance of Core Groups.
Some people may be disheartened and on the verge of giving up, wondering how you got yourself into this position of leadership and why.
How do church leaders can begin to maximise the potential of their churches in mission and ministry through functional leadership teams.
How can we as a church engage more effectively with emerging generations? How can we keep the young people we already have? How can we reach more? We need to invest in the young.
Kingdom Training 2010 Session 3: Being a both-end church, not pulling at any extreme but grabbing the stick at both ends, is the mark of a healthy Church.
Having an eschatology that grips our imagination and make us do something different, always pressing onward and never being quite satisfied with what I have spiritually now, and connecting with wh
How do we communicate a gospel, which has been around for over 2000 years, to a world that is ever changing and moving forward? How do we keep mission real and up-to-date and effective?
At a conference, it is easy to feel overwhelmed by the amount of information received. How do you seal God's word in you and apply it to your life?
Kingdom Training 2010: session 1. Addresses issues and speaks of the type of person who can be given spiritual authority in the church.