Taking fresh steps in ministry and mission can be hard. We have to be rooted in being wanted, loved and adopted by God.
There are times when the cheaper option is genuinely the better option. But where in your life is your stinginess killing ministry?
Are you in a leadership role at your church? What is something you have found challenging about leading at this time?
Woody Nook CRC in Central Alberta is seeking a full-time Pastor of Preaching and Worship or a Pastor of Faith Formation to join our team of three co-pastors.
COVID provides an opportunity for churches to reimagine their ministry and their worship reach.
Starting January 2021, Diaconal Ministries Canada began rolling out a new set of devotions called "Detours; Overcoming Spiritual Roadblocks in Ministry."
What faith-forming resources would you add to an Easter basket for teenage girls?
If you’re engaged in ministry with children, you won't want to miss this newsletter!
This conversation will be helpful to pastors and leaders who want to engage a world that doesn't want to engage the church.
Meaningful and doable ideas for including children in Easter worship? Check.
The ShineBrightly Celebrate Easter Activity Box helps girls ages 7 to 12 discover the true meaning of Easter.
What would it look like to see vaccine distribution through the eyes of equity?
When COVID hit, canceling tours and trips, ministries around the world wondered the impact on partnerships. Much to our surprise, these relationships not only survived but thrived.
Here are four ways to engage the 15% change that every congregation will go through following COVID-19.
Faith Community CRC in Colton, South Dakota, is looking for a pastor.
The place where we decide to be wise or to be foolish is the heart, which is why we must guard it diligently.
We do not want to turn away from this pain, but instead would like to do a better job of pointing you towards resources to use with your Youth Group or during SERVE.
During the pandemic, people with disabilities found that some barriers to participation actually were removed. The articles in this issue tell a few of those stories of unexpected access.