The Challenge of Catholic Church Stewardship

We’ve all been there – shifting uncomfortably, perhaps even with a touch of irritation, as the greeter reads the Mass […]

by Paul Goldsworthy Feb 27
Church Leader Mental Health: Overcoming the Stigma

“Who helps the helpers?” is an insightful and difficult-to-answer question that Ed Stetzer, executive director of the Billy Graham Center, […]

by Scott Arvay Feb 19
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
Make Lent and Easter Prep Easy with Realm

Many would consider Easter the pinnacle event of the church calendar as we celebrate Christ’s resurrection and His promised return. […]

by David Sanderson Feb 18
Church Leaders: What’s Love Got To Do With It?

February is here with all the pink and red and hearts and constant focus on love. As we schedule and […]

by Scott Arvay Feb 13
Planning an Impactful VBS for Your Church

Vacation Bible School is one of those events that kids look forward to and parents start planning for the next […]

by Kira Brown Jan 30
Ordinary Time Doesn’t Have to Be Ordinary

The Catholic Church is known for the richness of its tradition and liturgies. Regardless of geographic location, the Church maintains […]

by Oscar Arras Jan 28
Leading Toward Service: Starting the New Year Off Right

For most of us, January brings about a renewed desire to set goals, reestablish priorities, and begin healthy routines (again). […]

by Scott Arvay Jan 27
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
Can Technology Create Catholic Disciples?

Technology is likely the last thing most Catholics would call to mind when asked: “how do you create disciples?” We […]

by Johnny Stoupenos Jan 23
8 Tips to Starting the New Year Off Right

We all want to start the New Year with goals, strong resolve, and a plan to achieve those goals. But […]

by Scott Arvay Jan 22
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