Innovate, not Imitate

We are working on a post that will come out next week entitled Innovate, not Imitate. So many times we seek after what is innovative, that we tend to start imitating other organizations, churches and ministries. Many think that you must have the coolest technology or the most cutting edge internet campus.  

We wanted to pose the question, what is true innovation? Let us know your thoughts and we will mention some in the post next week.

Team IML

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2 responses to “Innovate, not Imitate

  1. Thanks for how you’re pushing innovation in the church. We need all the help we can get!

    I would submit that true innovation is looking to the needs to the church beyond the borders of the USA – and doing something about it.

    -Paul Merrill for Wycliffe’s The Seed Company
    http://www.theseedcompany.org/

  2. Paul, thanks for your response. I agree with you looking beyond our borders is a true element of innovation for ministries world wide. What do you do with the Seed Company.

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