Principles of Church Growth: Commitment to Prayer

Church leaders everywhere are called by God through the Scriptures to build and expand the church, making disciples in every […]

by Rachel Ankers Feb 16
9 Ways to Engage with Your Supported Missionaries

In recent years there has been a shift in how churches support and engage with missionaries. Gone are the days […]

by John Gilman Feb 13
Home Sweet Home: Serving Your Overseas Missionaries When They Come Home

Missionaries and other Christian workers serving overseas work diligently while in the field.  They face cultural challenges and professional difficulties, […]

by Rachel Ankers Feb 8
#MeToo: 4 Ways Your Church Can Support the Hurting

Every day, the media is full of new reports of men in leadership roles being accused of sexual misconduct and […]

by Meredith Morris Feb 5
Short-Term Missions: Part IV – The Possible Pitfalls

In the first three parts of this series, we considered some of the possible benefits of short-term missions.  Now in […]

by Rachel Ankers Jan 30
Short-Term Missions: Part III – Benefits of the Sending Church

In Part III of our four-part series on short-term missions, we look at the benefits for the Global North sending […]

by Meredith Morris Jan 26
Short-Term Missions: Part II – Benefits for the Host Church

In Part II of our four-part series on short-term missions, we look at the benefits for the host church.  In […]

by Jennifer Byrd Jan 24
Short-Term Missions: Part I – Personal Benefits

Short-term missions is a popular way for churches around the world to get their congregations involved in overseas missions projects […]

by Rachel Ankers Jan 22
3 Ways to Choose Connections Over Your Calendar

January is a time for resolutions and reevaluating the way we spent our time, finances, and energy last year. Most […]

by Jennifer Byrd Jan 15
Suzanne – Assistant to the Canons

This is Suzanne. Suzanne is the Assistant to the Canons with the The Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi. And she wears […]

by Rachel Ankers Jan 3
The Power to Say No: When Quitting is a Good Thing

The New Year is right around the corner. This is when we begin reflection and self-evaluation, which is really a […]

by Rachel Ankers Dec 29
Becoming Globally Minded: Commit, Learn, and Do

As church leaders, it is our duty and responsibility to lead our congregations in the ways in which God has […]

by Meredith Morris Dec 27