My young son has a natural talent for drumming. At a very early age it was easy to see he […]
Whether you’re a church Pastor, directing a ministry, or simply a volunteer, you most likely don’t have too much time […]
As the fall season winds on toward winter, the holiday season begins. This of course means Thanksgiving is almost here, […]
Nearly everyone in America loves Thanksgiving. It is a time to eat turkey, watch parades and football, and gather with […]
Though the results we deliver are not delivered in a box with a bow, or even by courier, the impact is far-reaching and real. The gifts we were given are used and repackaged as gifts you can re-gift, again and again. Through means that your church body may not even realize, we deliver our impact on you, which then manifests itself into the most meaningful gifts of all – helping our fellow man when in need.
Our meeting in Atlanta last week has to be the best conference ever – this year’s attendance of 850 clients was a record year. We were able to take more of our staff this year and when you include clients, staff, and exhibitors, there were 1000 people at the conference.
Surely, between prayers, devotions and encouraging sticky notes, the church is the best place to not have conflict at all! But then you actually get that job in the church, and your first conflict slaps you out of your lovely heaven-on-earth sentiment of ministry.
From faster, more effective communication to deeper, more engaged community, the promise of online connection can seem almost too good […]
The City team recently put together a ministry guide on the topic of building disciples through engagement, and I just had to share some of what they put together.
Do you have long term employees at your church? These are the staff members that have been around the longest, […]
It’s one of my favorite times of the year – time for the Grinch! Today is our annual R&D Christmas […]
It started a month or so ago when I was reading a blog. It’s a family friend who has two children that […]