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O primeiro e único Podcast sobre Revit do Brasil, com processos de trabalho, dicas de uso e alguma coisa a mais. Siga no Instagram: @revitcast Eu, Erick, gravo o Revitcast em todos os momentos em que tenho algum tempo livre para compartilhar conhecimentos, espero que aproveite e que agregue valor para você. Compartilhe! 🏆
 
Sales domination podcast for the new economy. Revenue Love is the brainchild of Jonathan Hinshaw, an industry expert and trusted mentor within the digital marketing and web agency community. Jonathan is an international business and sales expert who has crafted sales training programs for Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, entrepreneurs and success-minded individuals.
 
The Revitalize the Total Woman Podcast empowers women in the corporate world, stay-at-home moms, new female entrepreneurs, and women in business thrive in every area of life - spiritual, financial, social, physical and mental health, and so much more. Podcast will feature quick empowerment messages, words of encouragement, interviews, entertainment, and the like.
 
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One of the toughest parts of a pastor’s ministry is dealing with criticism. It is especially difficult when the critic hides behind the cowardly veil of “People are saying.” Kevin and Thom not only address the likely motive of the critic, but they also suggest ways to respond to the person. Understand that the person saying those words is a coward.…
 
Millennials are the most religiously unaffiliated generation in American history. But they’re not atheists or agnostics. A study by Barna Group found that 74% of Millennials believe God exists, and almost half say they pray daily-yet many young adults don’t identify with a specific denomination or church. Why are Millennials leaving their faith? An…
 
Here is an in depth intro to the podcast, and some information regarding Season 1 Music: On Hold for You by Kevin MacLeod | https://incompetech.com/ Music promoted by https://www.chosic.com/free-music/all/ Creative Commons Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Facebook page link: https://www.facebo…
 
It is cliche to say the world is changing. And it is cliche that churches are changing. But churches are indeed changing. Some of the changes were predictable, but some were not. Thom looks at three of the major changes most people did not see coming. In this third of three episodes, he looks at the dramatic decline of conversion growth in American…
 
Throughout the country, churches of all sizes and denominations experience a bump in fall church attendance. Congregations benefit from people wanting to get back into the rhythm of “normal” life after the summer and to establish good habits for a new season. However, this isn’t just a chance to hop back into the status quo of the spring. In this e…
 
It is cliche to say the world is changing. And it is cliche that churches are changing. But churches are indeed changing. Some of the changes were predictable, but some were not. Thom looks at three of the major changes most people did not see coming. In this second of three episodes, he looks at the rapid growth in the number of teaching pastors. …
 
It is cliche to say the world is changing. And it is cliche that churches are changing. But churches are indeed changing. Some of the changes were predictable, but some were not. Thom looks at three of the major changes most people did not see coming. In this first of three episodes, he looks at the surprising changes in church facilities. The mass…
 
Poor worship music during a Sunday morning service is difficult to overcome. While music and worship style are not the primary factor in determining if a guest returns or not, bad music is still likely to keep guests from coming back–and to keep your existing congregation from inviting friends and family. So how can your church improve your worship…
 
In this episode, Thom and Kevin explore the issue every pastor and staff member will face at some point: leaving your church. This episode focuses largely on the steps and processes you need to take. Your type of departure determines how you should depart: retirement; resignation to go to another church; resignation but not going to another church,…
 
Leadership development is a key element that highly effective churches have in common. If you want to increase the quantity and quality of ministry that your church is capable of doing, build leaders. So how do we help people grow in their leadership skills, and perform at higher and higher levels of effectiveness? In this episode of The Church Rev…
 
Kevin and Thom look five years into the future to project what good church leaders will look like then. They provide insights about some steps you can take now to be that great church leader. In part three, they remind church leaders that evangelism has waned in most churches, and it must return. Let the church know you personally prioritize evange…
 
What are the early signals that your church needs revitalization? God designed your church to accomplish a specific purpose. Whenever a congregation begins to slow down in accomplishing that purpose, or starts to pursue its own agenda, the church begins to need revitalization. This week on the Church Revitalization Podcast, we are discussing 5 warn…
 
Kevin and Thom look five years into the future to project what good church leaders will look like then. They provide insights about some steps you can take now to be that great church leader. In part two, they review the basics that have not changed, and why they must be the leader’s focus. Acts 6:4 is still the priority. Learn to lead your church …
 
Friday, June 24, 2022, will be a date long remembered as the nearly 50-year precedent of upholding abortion as a constitutional right in the United States was overturned. 50 years. That’s a long time. So long, in fact, that it may be a case in which most never really thought the day would come. This week on the Church Revitalization Podcast, we loo…
 
In any church we often hear people quote a theologian or scholar on a particular subject of the Bible. This is an acceptable help often in getting the point across. However, when we see people quote these men more often than the Bible or on equal footing, we have to question if the person really knows their Bible. Do they idolize the theologian/sch…
 
Kevin and Thom look five years into the future to project what good church leaders will look like then. They provide insights about some steps you can take now to be that great church leader. In part one, they share what you need to know about this new culture to lead in it. It’s a post-cultural-Christian world. Your community or neighborhood must …
 
It’s been well-documented that the tenure of pastors has been decreasing for some time now. A recent Barna study looked into some reasons that pastors consider quitting, and we think there are solutions to these issues. In this episode of The Church Revitalization Podcast, we tackled the top seven reasons that pastors consider quitting the ministry…
 
We often hear from church leaders who desire to know exactly what success looks like in a church revitalization. The word “success” is loaded and tends to evoke a lot of emotions. In this three-part series, Mark and Thom provide clarity and guidance about this term. In the third episode, they look at revitalization successes that cannot be precisel…
 
If marriage isn’t difficult enough, try doing ministry together. Ministry places intense pressure on marriages. At the same time, ministry together can be extremely rewarding and impactful. In this episode, we'll dive into some of the unique challenges and opportunities created by ministering as a couple with our guests, Pastors Matt & Heidi Messne…
 
We often hear from church leaders who desire to know exactly what success looks like in a church revitalization. The word “success” is loaded and tends to evoke a lot of emotions. In this three-part series, Mark and Thom provide clarity and guidance about this term. In the second episode, they look at why numerical growth is not always a measure of…
 
The purpose of your worship service is to lead people to live in awe and obedience to God. Are your worship services declining and failing to accomplish their purpose? You don’t need to be cool or have the most innovative worship service in your town. Every church, regardless of tradition, style, or liturgy can work hard to eliminate worship servic…
 
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