Asking Hard Questions in Church Revitalization (Part 1)

Part 1 – The Trauma Situation Just recently I had another pastor discuss with me a terrible situation he was facing. His church was dying. He was heartbroken over the situation. He had served that church faithfully for the past several years, doing all he could to lead the people to reach their community. Unfortunately, … Read moreAsking Hard Questions in Church Revitalization (Part 1)

What I learned from the Painted Churches Pt.2

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As I stated in the first blog post of this series (located here), we recently took a church bus trip and visited the painted churches of Schulenburg, Texas. These small town, Texas churches are made up of Czech and German Catholic communities who have meeting for over one hundred years. As I was touring these church … Read moreWhat I learned from the Painted Churches Pt.2

What I Learned About the Painted Churches Pt.1

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Last week, First Baptist Church took a bus trip to the painted churches in Schulenburg, TX. This trip was an all day affair to visit churches that have been around over 100 years and have been maintained by the members of the church. I know that you are thinking, “What is so special about that?” Well, these … Read moreWhat I Learned About the Painted Churches Pt.1