There is no better time for Tony Morgan and his Unstuck Group ministry than now. He believes that healthy churches are often stuck in a hard season. His advice for balancing discipleship and evangelism is relevant to every church and every disciple; just walk across the street.
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Key insights from the episode:
In most cases, it’s not that churches are unhealthy; they are healthy churches that are just stuck. – Tony Morgan
In-person attendance still seems to be a good barometer for engagement in many other areas of a church’s ministry. – Tony Morgan
For those that only engage online, are we actually going to be their church in a moment of crisis? – Tony Morgan
Is your online service going to be your front door or just another door? – Zach Zehnder
Traditional church pastors are starting to act like church planters. – Tony Morgan
Healthy churches need both a reach strategy and a healthy spiritual formation strategy. – Tony Morgan
A reach strategy should be a part of the life of every person who calls themselves a Christ follower. – Tony Morgan
Because of social media, we have more relationship connections than ever, but we don’t know how to do relationships. – Tony Morgan
When there’s an interruption, we lean in. –Tony Morgan
Rather than going across the globe, the biggest challenge I have is going across the street. – Tony Morgan
Tony Morgan’s Challenge: Be intentional about engaging with someone who you know but don’t really know.
Lead yourself (and your church) to be more like Jesus.
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They know they need to go to church, pray, not sin, and maybe attend a small group. While these are great things, they don’t outline a clear path leading people to live more like Jesus.
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