Network readers! I'd love to know: What books have you been reading recently? What books are you hoping to read? Leave a comment and be entered in a fun giveaway.
I’m curious, what areas of ministry would you like to talk about this year?
The no-nonsense approach of the 21-day challenge got my attention, and for the first time in a decade, I committed to memorizing Scripture. Here are some things I learned.
Curious, is your church doing an outreach event related to Halloween or fall? I'd love to hear about it!
As I’ve changed jobs, served in my church, and worked with non-profits, I have come to appreciate some of the less flashy and obvious leadership traits of those around me.
Now that we are over halfway through the year, I wanted to check in and see which books you've read (any must reads? unexpected finds?) and which books are still on your list.
I’ve not forgotten the powerful impact of Stephanie’s leadership style. As the weeks passed, she kept inviting us into her unfancy kitchen. In doing so, she set the stage for a group of college girls to let their guard down.
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A Network reader is looking for input (Church Order?) on the appropriateness of the pastor's spouse being on the board of deacons. Are you able to help?
Is your church hosting a Vacation Bible School (VBS) program this year? If so, I'd love to hear about it!
It's National Volunteer Week and this gives us a neat opportunity to name and thank those who are making a difference in our churches and communities. Who would you like to thank?
This past Sunday, Easter Sunday, was the most dressed up that I've gotten for church in a long time. As I thought about this, I began to wonder: Am I missing out by becoming more and more casual in what I wear to church?
We often think of Lent as a time to "give something up." But what if we flipped the focus to what we are trying to gain. Will you join me in sharing just one way you hope to grow this Lent?