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Welcoming doubters

In my experience, the nones are not rejecting God. They are rejecting doctrinal requirements that they no longer find believable, along with the rigid structures of many organized religions. For that reason, the rise of the nones may well be a new kind of spiritual awakening, one in which doubters are welcome.

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Part of why church growth is hard

If those now coming into the church are less able to provide for congregations’ financial vitality and viability (at least for the time-being), how might we adjust our thinking and practice?

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