The Network's Top 18 of 2018

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Before we get too far into 2019, here are the top 18 most-read Network posts from 2018. 

  1. How One Church’s Idea for Including Children is Forming Faith Across Generations in Faith Nurture by Karen DeBoer
  2. Turning the CRC Into an Lgbtq+ Ally in CRCNA and Synod by Dan Winiarski
  3. 10 Best Church Websites in the CRCNA in Church Communications by Bryan Haley
  4. What Lessons Can We Learn from What’s Happened at Willow Creek? in Leadership Development by Miriam Spies
  5. What Refreshments (If Any) Does Your Church Offer Before or After Worship? in Hospitality by Staci DeVries
  6. 12 Bible Verses for Missions in Global Missions by Resonate Global Mission
  7. What Is the Unofficial Dress Code at Your Church? Does it Matter? in Let’s Talk About by Staci DeVries
  8. What to Do (and Not to Do) in Church on Mother's Day in Worship by Karen DeBoer
  9. S.O.S. Sexual Assault at a Retreat by Clergy in Safe Church by Safe Church Ministry
  10. A Response to Humboldt and the Toronto Van Attack in Ministry in Canada by Darren Roorda
  11. Four Fresh Ways to Tell the Christmas Story at Family Gatherings in Faith Nurture by Karen DeBoer
  12. Esther and the 2nd Amendment in Biblical Justice by Dan Winiarski
  13. Four Ways Your Church Can Help Every Household Celebrate Advent in Faith Nurture by Karen DeBoer
  14. My Story of Depression and Faith in Disability Concerns by Sharon McQueary
  15. What Books Are on Your 2018 Reading List? in Let’s Talk About by Staci DeVries
  16. How Do You Define "Justice"? in Biblical Justice by Dan Winiarski
  17. The Pastor's Marriage and the Satanist's Prayer in Pastors by Syd Hielema
  18. Synod Has Spoken — Are We Listening? in Safe Church by Safe Church Ministry

 

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