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  1. thank you. i will read until the last part.  

  2. Pastor A.X KENNEDY February 29, 2012 at 2:43 am

    Pastor, you are right.I can`t afford to stop hearing from you.
    YOU WORTH HEARING, GOD BLESS YOU.

  3. OMG! This is right on! May God continue to keep you filled up with His holy SPIRIT!

  4. You are spot-on as always. you have articlated what I have been feeling but not able to articulate. Our church is growinbg through a periiod of regeneration and this come sin handy. I am most fascinated by the statement “it is more expensive to keep a corpse from stinking”. We should learn to let go.

  5. Bless you pastor Rick. You are spot on as usual. I am a pastor of a traditional historical church and I have encountered these challenges. You are right, the question is not, ‘What will make my church grow?’ Rather, ‘What is keeping my church from growing?’ We do not want to ask the hard questions and do regular evaluation of the old methods, so end up vilifying the growing churches instead receiving good counsel. God bless you.

    • Praise the Lord and bless you. Just reading through your articles this morning have really bless me. I just had a meeting with the church executives about restructuring of the church.
      I am a strong believer in minimal points in meetings and reassuring leaders to continue serving
      Ministries that have worked in the past are not functioning properly today and evaluating it now that needs serious assessment into – God bless you