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Racial Reconciliation and Beyond!

I have now been the AMD (Association Missions Director) for two years and three months. I have had two big events take place in this role. One of which I want to share with you now and the other I will share next month. Both are very exciting and have now given me a sense [...]

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Church Revitalization: Has Your Church Become Stagnant?

Over the past few years you have likely heard a great deal about church planting.  The XMN has been fortunate to help plant a number of healthy vibrant churches right here in Desoto and Tate County.  All of the churches which the XMN helped start are faithful members of the association and participate regularly through [...]

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Check the Pulse

According to Aubrey Malphurs, Dave Olson, and others who track such trends, between 3,000 and 4,000 churches die and close their doors every year. These are old churches and new churches. These are traditional churches and contemporary churches. These are rural churches and metro churches. While this certainly reveals the need to strategically plant new [...]

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