4 Changes to Consider While Adapting to the New Normal

As we enter the new normal, what should your church services look like? Each state has certain recommendations announced through […]

by John Gilman Jun 15
Every Hour Matters. What Are You Doing With Your Time?

There are 168 hours in a week and only one of those we spend at church on Sunday mornings. Church […]

by John Gilman May 27
Is the Church All in This Together?

We’ve all heard the phrase, “We’re all in this together,” with regard to the global community created by the virus. […]

by John Gilman May 5
Online Meeting Etiquette: 4 Tips To Have Better Meetings

  Online meetings with remote team members have become as much a part of our daily lives as in-person meetings. […]

by John Gilman Apr 23
Working From Home: Find Your Focus During the COVID-19 Pandemic

You’ve seen the memes and heard the jokes. (“Are you working remotely? Or are you remotely working?”) Most people are […]

by John Gilman Apr 16
7 Ways the Church Can Creatively Serve Families During the COVID-19 Pandemic

With so many children out of school, parents’ role in the classroom has shifted. They are now facilitators and many […]

by John Gilman Apr 10
Your Church and the Coronavirus: Stay Connected During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has advised many people to observe “social distancing” as a precautionary tactic for slowing […]

by John Gilman Mar 16
Easter Church Service Tips for Children’s Ministry

Easter is, without a doubt, one of the busiest days of the year for your church. Some churches will welcome […]

by John Gilman Mar 5
Spiritual Health: Setting and Maintaining Goals for Accountability

New year, new you…right? Most people start off every New Year with a list of goals, dreams, aspirations, or better […]

by John Gilman Feb 29
Seeing God Clearly Throughout 2020

This side of Heaven seeing God clearly is a struggle. We are often blinded by our own selfish desires, we […]

by John Gilman Feb 19
Valentine’s Day Ideas for Your Church: The Good, the Bad, and the Cheesy

Valentine’s Day is a secular celebration that has little to do with the 3rd century saint it’s named after, but […]

by John Gilman Jan 25
Your Church and Social Media: Using it for Good

More churches are recognizing that social media is here to stay and can be a powerful force for good. Used […]

by John Gilman Jan 17