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All Are Welcome Means Nothing

"Clearly, the world has changed.
It’s changed for church leaders too—radically.
So what happens when church leaders are unaware of what’s going on around them?
It’s simple. Church leaders who are out of touch never touch the culture.
Missing the change around you means you will:
- Increasingly speak a language people younger than you won’t understand.
- Make assumptions that aren’t widely shared or are just erroneous.
- End up answering questions no one is asking.
So what changes do church leaders need to know?
I can think of at least 10. [Read all 10].

All are welcome means nothing is Number 2 on the "10 things that demonstrate the world you grew up in no longer exists"  in Carey Nieuwhof's article in ChristianWeek 




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