The Building Blocks of Faith can transform your church’s faith formation efforts, and this newly revised resource can help.
We all know that the pandemic has taken a toll on our bodies, relationships, communities, and churches. So how can ministry leaders prepare their congregations to be places of healing?
Here are some ideas for how church leaders can use the Building Blocks of Faith to assess ministry strengths and weaknesses and create new ministry initiatives that are holistic in scope and in faith formation engagement.
Learn how to use the four Building Blocks of Faith in your faith formation ministry planning process.
Three questions to help your church make sense of which of your former practices truly build faith, which you might need to let go, and which new practices you might welcome and embrace.
How do we embody Jesus in the nitty-gritty of our everyday life? The Building Blocks of Faith describe four spiritual needs everyone has, needs that are met in Christ.
Here’s a simple way to identify strengths and challenges in your church culture.
Here are three important things for ministry leaders to consider when planning post-pandemic ministry.
Here are four ways to think about post-pandemic faith formation in your congregation, plus resources to help.
Here are 3 resources that can help congregations rethink faith formation for both the empty nester crowd and those in their late adulthood.
Here are four upcoming cohort opportunities that might bless your congregation.
How does the church flourish in the context of a creator economy? It engages in creative experimentation, listening to the Holy Spirit’s leading while launching trial and error initiatives.
Ministry leaders are exploring their church’s desire and their capacity to change. The following resources can help you and your teams reflect on both as you begin to imagine the next ministry season.
Here's how one church insured that new faith formation initiatives would live on past their committee work.