How a traditional church can grow again

By David Murrow on April 24, 2013

This traditional church is growing by about 10 percent a year. The nursery is bursting with children. They recently expanded their sanctuary and parking lots and added a third service to accommodate the crush of people. Their mission and community outreach are broadening.

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Why traditional churches should stick with traditional worship

By David Murrow on April 17, 2013

St. Mark’s is a traditional church. And it’s very good at being a traditional church. But it’s a lousy contemporary church.

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Are sermons becoming obsolete?

By David Murrow on April 10, 2013

The live lecture is disappearing. Only two institutions still regularly offer them: universities and churches.

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Stogies for Jesus

By David Murrow on April 3, 2013

“Men having a cigar, discussing Godly principles, and encouraging each other.”

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