Thom Schultz



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Why Nobody Wants to Go to C...

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Why Nobody Learns Much of A...

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Why Nobody Wants to Be Arou...

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Dirt on Learning

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The 1 Thing: What Everyone ...

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Action Plan: Workbook for Y...

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Kids Taking Charge: Youth-L...

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Do It!: Active Learning in ...

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Pew peeves

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Creative Faith Ah-Ha's!: 45...

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“Is it possible to create an environment where people are welcomed and accepted…no matter what they look like? No matter what they say? No matter what they believe? Is it possible for church to be the place where the average person can walk in off the street, warts and all, and be fully embraced? Is it possible for the church to become known as the least judgmental place Americans know?”
Thom Schultz, Why Nobody Wants to Go to Church Anymore: And How 4 Acts of Love Will Make Your Church Irresistible

“If we want any hope of reversing troubling church trends, especially among young people, we must focus not on tribal heritage, denominational branding, theological hair-splitting, or pharisaical purity. We must focus on Jesus—and his sacrificial love for us and all people.”
Thom Schultz, Why Nobody Wants to Go to Church Anymore: And How 4 Acts of Love Will Make Your Church Irresistible

“It's likely that every day presents an opportunity for you to practice radical hospitality to someone with whom you cross paths. There is no shortage of people who could use the fit of a caring, welcoming person in their life. How awesome would it be if, in a time of need, the first thing people would say is, "I need a Christian!" If you expect to be that person, you'll be surprised at how often the opportunities come along for you to show love through radical hospitality.”
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