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A Kingdom Growth Mindset in the Midlands of South Carolina – Second Dispatch

Bullard-Kingdom Growth Mindset – Second Dispatch Download Serving as a Family of Baptist Congregations – Words of Challenge for CMBA Second Dispatch   The First Dispatch addressed the dichotomy of a church growth vs. a Kingdom growth mindset. It mentioned a church sustainability mindset vs. a Kingdom growth mindset without providing the details. This dispatch addresses […]

A Kingdom Growth Mindset in the Midlands of South Carolina – First Dispatch

Bullard-Kingdom Growth Mindset Download Serving as a Family of Baptist Congregations – Words of Challenge for CMBA First Dispatch   A family of Baptist congregations is at its best when the congregations have a Kingdom growth mindset more than a church growth or church sustainability mindset. What is the difference? Is one good and the other bad? […]

Future Church Moments from Will Mancini and Cory Hartman

Future Church Moment Three “I believe that the COVID pandemic probably constitutes the greatest innovation opportunity that leaders will have i a lifetime. Yet there is a danger that the church will miss the moment.” (Future Church, p. 17) George Bullard’s Response: Absolutely. God is showing us great open doors of opportunity for innovating in […]

Missional MOBS — Missional Opportunities for Breakthrough Service

What are Missional MOBS? Missional MOBS are formal or informal groups of people from a missional community who choose to respond to an opportunity to provide needed services to a missions project, a new congregational expression, or an existing congregation to expand and extend their capacity for ministry. Often they are a missions organization, team, […]

A Prayer for Our CMBA Family of Congregations

Also view at https://www.facebook.com/pg/BullardNetwork/notes/ O Lord, we pray this morning for every congregation connected with our association. Each one is unique and filled with persons of worth created in the image of God to live and to love. The circumstances and capacities of each congregation are unique. Their abilities to respond to the COIVD-19 pandemic are […]