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The pandemic has helped church leaders and members embrace change. Today on Revitalize & Replant, Thom Rainer and Kevin Ezell discuss four additional ways the pandemic has been positive for revitalizing churches.
- Change is more likely to be embraced.
- Power groups may relinquish control.
- Budgets can be reallocated.
- Complexity can shift to simplicity.
- The digital mission field is likely to become a focus.
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