Sitting back and waiting for people to come asking for help might just leave the church out of the loop right now.
Join representatives from World Renew, Volunteers in Action (Denver), and Lifeline Community Development Corporation (Merced, CA) as we discuss what we are learning and how we can support one another.
What are you doing to check-in on your church and community members? Here are some resources, and we would love to hear your stories.
Included you'll find a sample letter you can adapt and use with your church regarding giving in the weeks of this coronavirus.
In this post, we'll talk about the feasibility of attending classis and synod. We'll discus not just the where, but also the when and the how much.
Bates Place Neighbors is the community center through which First CRC in Grand Rapids is building relationships with neighbors. This newsletter is a great example of how it is done and how progress is being made.
While classis and synod may seem too formal to some, perhaps there is value in the way they are designed and conducted. Perhaps instead of being too formal, they are actually focused.
Welcoming deacons at Classis and Synod requires paying attention: both to the receiving and to the showing up.
Does your church council talk regularly about the spiritual health of your congregation? Here is a set of twelve devotionals that will lead your elders and deacons to focus on your church's flourishing.
When it comes to deacons at classis and synod, what is your immediate reaction? In our many discussions with deacons (and other ministry leaders), we came to realize this is a pretty hot topic!
Best Christian Workplaces Institute is an employee engagement ministry "dedicated to helping Christian leaders and organizations achieve their full potential." Here are some great resources they have shared.