In the wake of an incredibly trying and difficult year, the division and lament of 2020 have undoubtedly cut through your congregation in some form or fashion. 2020 may be coming to a close, but the l.
As we enter the season of Advent, the unexpected year we’ve had defines this season much more than just the time that leads up to the Nativity of Christ. For this year in particular, Advent and the .
The 2020 holiday season can be an incredible time to build a stronger online church community. Even though so much of church engagement is going to remain virtual as we enter the beloved and important.
It feels strange to put together a list of summer activities for kids when so many states are under stay-at-home orders. But summer is coming, and churches should be thinking about how they’ll minis.
Over the millennia, the church has stepped up during crises and shined the light of the world in our darkest hours. This is a unique moment in history. Millions of Americans are out of work. Many comm.
Your church is called to share the gospel of Jesus Christ and make disciples. But how do you do that in a culture that increasingly values convenience over community? So much of your ministry depends .