Category Archives: christian growth

See how this denomination hopes to combat membership loss


Cash requested to combat the ‘doomsday machine’ by Tim Wyatt Posted: 13 Feb 2015 @ 12:07 Original source:  http://www.churchtimes.co.uk/articles/2015/13-february/news/uk/cash-requested-to-combat-the-doomsday-machine   ISTOCK Here are insights into the Church of England trying to deal with its devastating continuing membership losses.  The view … Continue reading

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Is the High Church the Christianity of the future?


Why Millennials Long for Liturgy Is the High Church the Christianity of the future? By Gracy Olmstead • January 14, 2014 Olexiy Bayev / Shutterstock America’s youth are leaving churches in droves. One in four young adults choose “unaffiliated” when … Continue reading

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Just exactly what was the first major fight among Christians?


Here are insights which show quite similar arguments to many fights today. This is a brief look at that first fight and the reasons for it.  Insights into our past come from all directions within the body of Christ. Here … Continue reading

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Declining Numbers for Southern Baptists Heartbreaking, Says Leader


A view of membership decline from one denomination we often think of as very active evangelists.  One contrast is the growth of Anglican churches in Africa and elsewhere in third world countries. American along with England and European established churches … Continue reading

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Kenneth Copeland, Anglican Bishop Tony Palmer, and Pope Francis all on the same page.


Here is a request from a former Lutheran, journeyed charismatic evangelical, and currently retired Anglican priest. No matter your place in our Christian body, this message from Kenneth Copeland, Bishop Tony Palmer, and Pope Francis will shake your expectations and … Continue reading

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The Episcopal Church down 24% in ten years


Episcopal Church down 24% in ten years | New Anglican Ink ‎ Oct 31, 2013 – Baptized membership in the Episcopal Church of the USA declined by 29,679 in 2012 to 2,066,710, the Episcopal Church reported on 31 … Detailed statistics … Continue reading

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Declining Revenues go with Increased Membership Loss – even effects the cathedral


Washington National Cathedral to begin charging $10 admission fee 24 Nov 2013 Author:  George Conger Washington’s National Cathedral will begin charging admission to visitors at the start of the new year. On 21 November 2013, Robert Sokol, director of strategic … Continue reading

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An effort with local Chinese church help at Chinese evangelism. How is your Church body doing?


English translation by Nina Tkachuk Dimas Chinese language for Seminarians During the 2013-2014 school year, with the blessing of Metropolitan Ignaty of Khabarovsk and Amur, full-time students at the Khabarovsk Seminary will be introduced to the Chinese language. The purpose … Continue reading

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Early Christianity in Sri Lanka and India


Early Christianity in Sri Lanka and India and Issues of Identity Sri Lanka (Ceylon) is a remarkable place to visit.  On a train ride from Columbo up to Kandy town, I watched a family, unlike all our American readers, mount … Continue reading

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A Mysterious Mass Conversion From Islam to Christianity


A Mysterious Mass Conversion From Islam to Orthodox Christianity in Georgia by OCP on September 19, 2013 in Featured News, News inShare Ian Hamel 19/9/13 Oumma.com In 1991, 75% of Adjarians in Georgia were Muslims. Today, they have become 75% … Continue reading

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