Churches: Be Who You Are

David Murrow, author of Why Men Hate Going to Church and founder of Church for Men, recently blogged about the strength that comes when churches know who they are and work within that framework.  For Murrow the importance of such was illustrated when he visited a traditional church that made a poor attempt at offering an occasional contemporary worship service.  His sound counsel for all local congregations follows: . . . be who you are. Do what you do well – and do it over and over. If you Read More …

No More Sermons

David Murrow, author of Why Men Hate Going to Church and founder of Church for Men, recently asked a question worth considering:  "Are Sermons Becoming Obsolete?"  In that blog post he suggests something most know but don't often consider -- while lectures were once a preferred and popular means of communication, recent technological shifts have rendered them uncommon outside of two environments: universities and churches.  Now, universities are beginning to consider other options preferring to Read More …