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  • Writer's pictureGreg Powell

What should we... stop doing?

Further along the same thinking of "what should we start doing" is the question of what needs to stop. Sometimes groups or churches develop habits that compromise their effectiveness. Sometimes groups or churches establish traditions that eventually become ruts from which escape is very difficult. Sometimes ways of communicating, for example, inhibit living into our full, gospel selves.

Has the Westshore Community of Practice developed any patterns, programs, or behaviours that are either harmful or simply get in the way of what God may be calling us to do and be? How will we know when something we've considered a mainstay needs to be put to bed? (Buried in here, of course, is knowing how to gauge "success," but that's for another post.)

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