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Is your church considering having a social media presence? Faith Hooper shares the basics of what to do and what not to do.

Everyone tends to separate business from the personal. Alex Hershey discusses work outside the walls of the church and why business, for us, is personal.

One of the most important and often difficult aspects of church planting is creating community. Adam Knight shares some timely wisdom on accomplishing this task.

Are you strategizing a church plant? Aaron Perry explains how your theological perspective can affect your church plant.

Church planting: do you really know what it is all about? Winfield Bevins shares the truth behind 9 common myths about church planting.

We are all called to reach the lost and evangelize. But, how? Church Planter Collective shares 5 tips to help you share the gospel with others.

It maybe tempting, but a move may not be the best choice for you. Charles Arn shares when and why a church planter may be better suited to stay put.

How can you reach out to immigrants with cultural intelligence and sensitivity? Zach Szmara shares four helpful tips to remember.

Church planting takes resources. It takes a lot of resources. And it takes a variety of resources, including spiritual, financial, emotional, and human resources....

Not many of us actually enjoy conflict. Nigel Bryant shares some strategies for making those unavoidable conversations more productive.

How can we begin to develop the relationships needed to combat the most segregated hour in America? Christian Cheairs explains that many churches are turning to small group formats to address racial reconciliation.

How can you respond appropriately to tough issues as a pastor? Aaron Perry shares sound advice.

Do you sense a call to church planting? Stephen Elliott shares four things you can do right now to discern and prepare.

Was your Christmas good? Could it have been better? Faith Hooper shares how important it is to evaluate to see what was uplifting and what you might do differently next year.