A barren land stretched out below from the mountain top with not a drop of rain in sight from where the sky met the sea to the east. It had been this way for years and the country was on… Read More ›
Can mony buy us love? Or make us happy? The Sixties revolution promised love and peace but then sold out to the market. The hippies grew up into boomer yuppies. Their children defined by demographics and brands. Can we still find love without money?
We are all children of the 60s, even millenials. A lot happened then that shapes our world now. But the decade that opened with the promise of liberation and peace ended with riots and body bags returning from Vietnam. What happened to ‘all you need is love’ and the revolution?
Working from home in Covid lockdown has seen an increase in work productivity. We seem to be caught up in an endless cycle of work without reprieve. It seems harder than ever to rest when you can’t even take a holiday away in lockdown! Have we forgotten the meaning of Sabbath? 6 minute read
We didn’t always pay for our church buildings through private funding. And our churches have changed a lot since Christ commissioned the disciples. What can we learn from church history to fund future church mission? 6 minutes read
Church giving is dropping as attendance continues to decline. How can we turn the tide and move from scarcity to abundance in church mission and finance? 5 minute read
Is our evangelism growing the church or are we competing to attract the same religious consumers in a shrinking market for souls?
Church Economics 101: The myth that tithes and offerings can continue to sustain church stability and growth
Are tithes & offerings enough to sustain our church buildings & operations? Or do we need something more? A revolution in church economics! 5 minutes read