What does quality look like in a Small Church? That may be one of the biggest challenges for Small Church pastors – especially for ministry to millennials. For decades, we’ve been taught a list of elements that need to be done well for a church to be great. But many of those elements can only be
The body of Christ needs house churches, megachurches and every size in between. Unfortunately, not everyone thinks so.
In today’s podcast, with Jeff and Jonny from 200Churches.com, we talk about the content of one of my earliest posts, “Hi, I’m Karl and I’m NOT a Megachurch Basher”, and why I had to write it.
There’s a big gap in our pastoral leadership training. If you want advice and training about how to grow a big church, you have lots of great material to choose from. But do you want to know how to pastor your current Small Church well? You’re pretty much on your own.
To make matters worse, there don’t seem to be a lot of church leaders expressing concern about this massive oversight.
In today’s podcast, Jeff and Jonny of 200Churches.com interview me about that gap. Plus, we address the importance of connecting with other Small Church pastors, equipping Small Church leaders with the tools that work for their size, and why Small Churches are ideally suited to be the innovators in the body of Christ.
In today’s podcast, Jeff and Jonny of 200Churches.com interview Karl about the content of his previous post, “Your Church Is Big Enough”.
It starts with Jeff’s question “How can you say your church is big enough as long as there are still people in your community who need Jesus?”
Then it gets fun.
Are you a pastor? Is your church small? Congratulations! You’re a Small Church pastor! This podcast, with Jeff Keady and Jonny Craig of 200Churches.com, presents the ideas from my post, “I Am a Small Church Pastor, and I Am Not a Failure,” which is taken from the first chapter of The Grasshopper Myth. In this podcast, I share how I discovered that it’s possible for a church to be both great and small. There’s some straight talk and a lot of laughs here, too. (Episode 51 – 34:36 run time)