In this article, Tim Lane and Paul Tripp demonstrate how change takes place in an established, mid-sized church when it truly understands Christ-centered change. At times, good, helpful church activities distract leaders and members from their true purpose and usurp Christ’s centrality in faith and work. Lane and Tripp encourage a church perform a self-evaluation and set goals in order to redirect energy, revitalize the mission, and return Christ to the center of worship.
The Church Is Doing Better than We Think
When we think about the state of the church today, the negatives often come to mind. While there is much […]