Here’s how building themed “playlists” can help ministry leaders support faith formation at home.
My world was crazy: parenting 4 kids, changes in my business ownership, American politics, and the pandemic. The idea of naming the crazy and naming a way forward definitely caught my attention.
As I began writing down our experiences, I was surprised at the grateful tone my list carried. I felt like I was given the gift of perspective.
For my own sanity and in the effort to do what’s best for my kids, I need to get off this roller coaster of feelings about “real” vs “online” church.
Here’s how to use family devotional resources to truly build lifelong faith with your kids.
How one church is helping members connect daily through a faith formation activity, even in the midst of a pandemic.
As you do life with your kids, have those conversations about life and love and work and puppies. Let God steer your words and let your kids ask the hard questions as well as the easy and funny ones.
Leadership is not about the leader, but about the people they have the opportunity to serve.
The third annual 'Distinctively Healthy' Church Event at Grace Fellowship CRC in Pella, Iowa, focused on this idea and the need for churches to be intentional about intergenerational ministry.
I’m convinced that the most authentic faith formation happens in organic, everyday, non-formal interactions with the people God puts in our circles.