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There Is No Right Way to Do Church
2 Comments » July 22, 2014

There Is No Right Way to Do Church

As we talk about best practices for how to do church, it’s easy to get the idea that there’s one right way to do it. And that's just not true.

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The Christmas Story in Instagram Photos & More
No Comments » December 13, 2013

The Christmas Story in Instagram Photos & More

Our Friday roundup includes the Christmas story, WestJet's Christmas giving video, lessons in failure, 101 women speakers, hope for the discouraged and more.

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Gender Diversity & The Nines
5 Comments » November 13, 2013

Gender Diversity & The Nines

There were 110 speakers at this year's The Nines conference, and only four were women. That sparked a debate and can offer lessons for how churches approach diversity.

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The March on Washington 50 Years Later
2 Comments » August 26, 2013

The March on Washington 50 Years Later

We talk with a group of church communicators about the civil rights movement on the 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington.

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The March on Washington, Racism & Church Diversity With Trillia Newbell
10 Comments » August 21, 2013

The March on Washington, Racism & Church Diversity With Trillia Newbell

On the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington we talk with Trillia Newbell about racism, diversity and the church.

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Scott Williams on Change
No Comments » July 9, 2013

Scott Williams on Change

"We can't settle for 'That's just the way it is,' because we serve a God who is all about, 'That's the way it was.'"

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Church Diversity Week
1 Comment » December 21, 2011

Church Diversity Week

Church Diversity Week is coming Jan. 13-19, 2012. It's an opportunity to embrace the growing diversity in churches, that will reflect our future in heaven.

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Open Church: Let’s Share
3 Comments » August 24, 2011

Open Church: Let’s Share

Open Church is a new nonprofit that will allow global church leaders to share ministry ideas and free downloadable resources.

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poll-results Article
No Comments » July 8, 2011

Diversity Poll Results

A full third of churches are doing nothing to address diversity, but 43% have diversity in photos and materials, 37% have diverse worship and 30% have diversity in leadership.

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Church Diversity: Sunday the Most Segregated Day of the Week
4 Comments » June 27, 2011

Church Diversity: Sunday the Most Segregated Day of the Week

Only 7.5% of American churches are racially diverse and the biggest problem is that we don't see that as a problem.

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Church Diversity Sucks: Why Diversity Matters
14 Comments » June 27, 2011

Church Diversity Sucks: Why Diversity Matters

The church still remains 93% segregated, nearly 50 years after Martin Luther King Jr. declared Sunday the most segregated day of the week.

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Kem Meyer on Better Communication
4 Comments » November 29, 2010

Kem Meyer on Better Communication

A Q&A with Kem Meyer. We talk about working with people, better communication and a bit about gender.

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The Diversity Filter
11 Comments » August 11, 2010

The Diversity Filter

One of the unstated rules in the church world when creating visual communication pieces--especially when visuals call for pictures of people--is to make sure everything looks diverse.

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resources Article
2 Comments » October 5, 2009

Leadership Lessons from the Nines

About a month ago the Leadership Network hosted the Nines web conference on Sept. 9, 2009. It was a day-long event of over 70 leaders sharing lessons via nine minute ...

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demographicsresearch Article
1 Comment » August 11, 2004

Sunday Morning Segregation

“Eleven o’clock Sunday morning is the most segregated hour in America,” civil-rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. declared many times, quoting evangelist Billy Graham. While that statement is more than ...

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