Pastor Preston Ulmer, founder of The Doubter's Church (now Discover Church in the Highlands), joins Mike Santiago on this week's CMN Less Than Ten to discuss the unique ministry model he leads to reach skeptics with the message of the Gospel.
Steve Pike, founder of the Urban Islands Project, discusses the unique challenges of planting an urban church on this week's CMN Less Than Ten.
How do you co-lead your church with your spouse? Pastors Caleb and Chrissy Cole of Project Church in Sacramento dive in to answer this question on today's CMN Less Than Ten.
C3 Church in Columbus, OH, has helped start 19 new churches nationally and internationally. On this week's CMN Less Than Ten, Greg Ford talks with their lead pastor, Konan Stephens, about how to multiply the church.
How do you know when it's time to add another service to your Sunday schedule? Mike Santiago, pastor of FOCUS Church in Raleigh, NC, walks through the steps for determining when to expand to a second or third service – and how to make it happen from a practical perspective.
As a lead pastor, how do your help your church reach your community? Pastor Kyle Hammond discusses strategies for community engagement with Greg Ford in this week's CMN Less Than Ten.
Sam Farina, director of AG Coaching and member of the CMN field-based team, discusses how coaching affects leadership, how to listen well, and how to ask questions effectively.
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Pastor Chris Smith of People's Church Indianapolis discusses systems for promoting your church and for connecting with new visitors on this week's CMN Less Than Ten.
So your church has a great evangelism program – but how do you disciple people after they've accepted Christ? Pastor Wayne Northup talks about discipleship systems in this episode of CMN Less Than Ten.
Scott Hagan, president of North Central University, discusses the art of influence in this new episode of CMN Less Than Ten. Scott challenges us to look at Kingdom influence through the lens of Jesus' command to to put down the sword – to lead through persuasion, not coercion.