The Saving Grace of Community

Have you ever needed to be three places at one time and then at the most inopportune time the absolute […]

by Rachel Ankers Jan 26
New Member Classes: Starting off on the Right Foot

The process of getting a new member educated about your church, the theology and doctrine you adhere to, and how […]

by Marvin Owen Jan 24
12 Great Ways to Give This Holiday Season

The Christmas season is all about giving. Hopefully, as we consider the wonder of the gift of the Christ child, […]

by John Gilman Dec 20
9 Things You Must Do To Have a Successful Christmas Service

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but it can be one of the busiest and most stressful times […]

by Rachel Ankers Nov 30
Bringing the Gratitude of November into December

“Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to […]

by Marvin Owen Nov 29
Leaning In During Challenging Times

The non-profit organization I work for does excellent work in hard areas of the world.  We have excellent leadership who […]

by Jennifer Byrd Nov 27
Finding Funds for Your Ministry in 5 Easy Steps

Whether you’re a pastor, a church leader, or heading a para-church organization, we as leaders all rely on the generosity […]

by Rachel Ankers Nov 26
5 Simple Ways to Encourage Children in Their Faith

Although the memories are fading, I can still picture my children when they were babies sleeping soundly in their cribs, […]

by Steve Kriter Nov 20
Becoming a Champion for any Cause

I remember the first time I was truly invested in a cause.  I was 14 years old, and I was […]

by Jennifer Byrd Nov 19
Encouraging a Habit of Reading

As church leaders who are required to speak, write, and lead our people with excellence, we know the importance of […]

by Marvin Owen Nov 16
3 Ways to Build Hope

As a ministry leader we are asked to play many roles. One of the most common, yet one I can […]

by John Gilman Nov 15
3 Ways to Find Meaning in the Mundane

So many of those we lead are living ordinary lives, grinding out their day-to-day obligations, and generally sticking to their […]

by Steve Kriter Nov 5