This issue of PRAC focuses on research and trends identified in the 2016 NCLS. How these trends compare to past years and what we should do with that information including reflections for local churches, using NCLS to shape your church’s goals and practical tools for using your report.
The Gospel of course is no joke, and nor is critical human need that it addresses. However, humour may well be an effective cultural key that can lead to a Read more
Most people who check out your church won’t walk through the door, they’ll walk through your virtual door by way of your website and social media content. For many what Read more
We’re pretty good as a movement when it comes to encouraging our members to ‘witness at work’. Increasingly we are even becoming open to entrepreneurial activities, often connected to the Read more
79% of Australians access the internet daily. Making a strategic decision to choose a target audience of people who are not members of your church means that the internet can Read more
At first glance the operation of QCCC consists of conference and camping centres that generate a lot of money that the Baptist denomination find useful to fund mission. At second Read more