Is modern worship too entertaining?

By David Murrow on January 5, 2016

The church has been in the entertainment business for almost 1700 years.

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Christianity started as men’s ministry

By David Murrow on December 30, 2015

Christianity started as a men’s ministry. Yes, Jesus had women followers. He ministered to children. But his primary focus was the development of a dozen men.

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Removing barriers that keep young men out of church

By David Murrow on December 22, 2015

If we want more men in church 20 years from now we must start today – by rethinking how we raise boys in the faith.

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How we screen young men out of church

By David Murrow on December 8, 2015

Children of every kind come into the church. They are screened through children’s ministry and youth ministry. These programs remove the ones who are poorly suited to church culture.

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Ten takeaways from Reload ’15 conference

By David Murrow on November 11, 2015

Reload is the world’s largest gathering of men’s ministry leaders. Here are ten cool things we learned at Reload.

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Should men’s gatherings have singing?

By David Murrow on October 14, 2015

In the past few years more and more men’s meetings have ditched the singing — in order to leave more time for small group discussion time. Is this a good thing?

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The Church’s Planned Parenthood moment

By David Murrow on October 6, 2015

Planned Parenthood is under siege over government funding. The church will face a similar barrage in the not-too-distant future over its tax exempt status.

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Our new moral framework (part 3 of 3)

By David Murrow on September 30, 2015

Every Christian institution maternalizes over time. This includes Christian Universities, charities, mission organizations and of course, churches.

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Church growth: are men more important than women?

By David Murrow on August 10, 2015

When it comes to growing a church, which gender counts more?

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Comedy: the key to reaching young men?

By David Murrow on July 27, 2015

Prediction: the next Billy Graham will be a comedian.

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