The Bible teaches all churches must be devoted to the ministries of prayer, teaching, fellowship, and outreach. But this raises the important question:
How should our Church do ministry in this particular culture?
One of the top mistakes church leaders make is to choose ministry styles based on what they’ve seen and prefer, not on what will be most effective in their community. The result is tragic: Ministry styles become unnecessary barriers to transforming lives and communities. How do we avoid the two extremes of cultural compromise and isolation?
In this 6-part series you’ll be equipped to:
- Recognize the risks in adapting ministry styles
- Describe the dynamics of under and over-adapting
- Define worship emphases, elements, and models
- Identify learning modes, styles, and principles
- Explain fellowship celebrations, congregations, and cells
- Analyze outreach gathering and scattering styles
This brief video (3:47) will help you see the importance of wisely adapting ministry styles to your community without compromising biblical principles.
Registration closes October 15