Five Post-COVID-19 Trends among Churches in Revitalization

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We have seen several trends among church revitalizations during the global pandemic. As we find ourselves approaching a post COVID-19 world, Mark and Thom discuss five of the most prominent trends we are witnessing in church revitalizations today.

  • Progress has been set back two to five years.
  • More have moved from revitalization to seeking adoption or considering closure.
  • Those emphasizing evangelism intensely are doing the best.
  • Pastoral dropout has increased.
  • A number are reporting greater receptivity in their communities.

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