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June 25, 2017
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Dennis Peacocke • Church-Based Ministry
As we all know, the vast majority of adults spend more time working at their jobs in the marketplace than any other social activity. To many, if not most of them, work is "work" - a toilsome tedious necessity that must be done to survive but often carries little of their hearts. It need not be so, but for many it will likely remain their reality.

Dr .Peter Wagner • Church-Based Ministry
In order to see the extraordinary and massive transfer of wealth from the wicked to the righteous that God has been promising through the prophets, I feel strongly that we must fight and win the battle for the recognition of "Apostles in the Marketplace" over the next few years. This will involve bringing an understanding of the following five points.
Eric Swanson • Church-Based Ministry
A small cloud is on the horizon. The winds of change are beginning to gather strength and with certainty a storm is coming.change is coming. All over our world there is a quiet movement of the Spirit of God that is causing believers to re-examine how they "do church." Churches are throwing out the old measures of success. It's no longer merely about size, seeker sensitivity, spiritual gifts, church health, nor the number of small groups. It's about making a significant and sustainable difference in the lives of people around us-in our communities and in our cities...
Os Hillman • Church-Based Ministry
There is a fresh wind blowing in a number of churches across the U.S. right now. It's blowing in some of the smallest as well as the largest mega-churches. This fresh wind is a new emphasis on how to equip and commission the church member where he or she spends the majority of their time - - the 9 to 5 window. For years w?ve heard about sending missionaries to the 10/40 window of unreached people groups. However, many church leaders have been frustrated in their ineffectiveness to impact the 80/20 rule in their local congregations. That rule says that 20% of the people do 80% of the ministry. Part of the problem lies in the way churches attempt to equip these people.

Os Hillman • Church-Based Ministry
The answer to this question is absolutely not. In fact, men's ministry has failed to tap into the most important strategy for mobilizing and engaging men to take their faith serious.
Os Hillman • Church-Based Ministry
Here are 26 practical actions steps a local church can do right now to begin equipping believers in the workplace.
Church Member • Church-Based Ministry
Pastors often do not understand the disconnect that often exists between the man or woman in the pew and the paid pastoral leaders. Here is a letter written from a workplace believer wanting to live for Christ in the workplace but often feels untrained.
Os Hillman • Church-Based Ministry
Growing Churches magazine published this article in 2000. Primarily directed to pastors.
Eric Swanson • Church-Based Ministry
A small cloud is on the horizon. The winds of change are beginning to gather strength and with certainty a storm is coming.change is coming.
John Crosby for His Church at Work • Church-Based Ministry
Imagine hundreds of small groups initiated by your church popping up all over your city. Not in homes but in an area that God wants for Himself---the workplace!




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