Children and teens are suffering from grief and anxiety. Here are some resources your congregation can use to help them build resilience.
There’s more interest than ever in truly intergenerational ministry—people of all ages learning, growing, serving, and worshiping together.
While it’s been hard being apart, there are some things about "Zoom church" we might want to hang on to.
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.
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.
Individuals and churches in the last third of their lifetime can both benefit from a healthy evaluation of the past.
Folks in the “third third of life” need their church fellowship to both support and even boost their resilience.
Here are four upcoming cohort opportunities that might bless your congregation.
Tweens, teens, and emerging adults are struggling during COVID-19. Here are some ways your church can help.
The COVID-19 pandemic presents challenges for church gatherings. But what if it is also presenting us with new opportunities for faith formation?
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 are 4 things to consider as you talk about how to celebrate graduation and other milestones in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reassessing faith formation needs in personal faiths, families, and congregations during COVID-19.
When adult children leave the church, parents are often wracked with grief and guilt. But what part of this burden is really ours to carry, and what must we leave to God?