Helpful series by Karl Dahlfred who is a church planting missionary, originally from the US, now working in Thailand. What made this series interesting and helpful was Dahlfred’s illustrating the challenges to biblical preaching he identifies with examples from Thai culture. This helped me to better understand that our preaching needs to reveal, teach and …

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The closest situations I’ve heard of to a multi-campus church in Australian Presbyterianism have different Congregations functioning on the one site. This can be achieved by either having distinct meeting times on the one site or by a preacher moving between meetings being held at overlapping times. It’s more multi-Congregation than multi-campus. Another is really …

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Mark Dever converses with Mark Driscoll and James MacDonald about multi-site churches. It is an interesting video to watch. Dever listens and tries to unpack how multi-site eventually becomes multi-church. The numbers of people they talk about make it challenging to relate to local circumstances, but the idea of a significant amount of Bible teaching …

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Tullian Tchividjian writes a follow-up post explaining how the combined worship Services are working out at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in a post called ‘Ongoing Oneness’. A couple of months ago the church ceased conducting separate contemporary and traditional services. The rationale was that separately themed services poorly demonstrated the power of the Gospel to …

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Interesting direction for Microsoft to take. Usually they purchase the platform they like and migrate everyone to themselves. We're excited to announce that WordPress.com is now the default blogging platform for Windows Live Spaces users. We've worked with our partners at Microsoft to create a simple migration service for Spaces bloggers to easily bring all …

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