We have lost so much this year—but what have our churches gained, especially in our ability to love our neighbor?
God’s mission is mainly propagated by his church—and therefore, the body of Christ must be the embodiment of his shalom and unity.
Many people in our churches and communities understand the darkness, especially this year. What are some practical ways churches can shine the Light of Christ with our neighbors this year?
Average church attendance hovered around 50% of what they usually could expect in the summer. Surely things would bounce back in the fall, right? Looks like probably not. So what next?
How do churches move from a consumer to a missionary mentality? This missional shift is far from easy and will take a long time, but here's one important first step.
Here are a few missional practices for churches as we plan to phase-in regathering for worship.
How can we love, serve, and share the good news of Holy Week when we are stuck inside our homes? Here are a few ideas for these unexpected times.
What does loving your neighbor look like during this COVID-19 season?
In the disruption of COVID-19, we have an opportunity to take advantage of the break in people’s busy schedules and love our neighbors in new ways.
What if we could see our outreach initiatives through the eyes of a child?