As we wonder about schools and their reopening plans, are congregations involved in crafting creative community solutions and ideas to make education for all students a fair and equitable priority?
At this new crossroads, what opportunities for outreach do churches have in our communities?
Let's share some of the creative ways we are connecting and worshipping during COVID-19.
Do you want your church to connect with your neighborhood and reach new people? Here are two learning opportunities to help you do this in our current context.
What does it mean to love our neighbors and our neighborhoods in this moment?
Here are a few missional practices for churches as we plan to phase-in regathering for worship.
I interviewed an Alberta emergency room physician, an emergency room nurse, a unit nurse, and a primary-care paramedic. Here's what I found.
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.
For the majority of their day, people experiencing homelessness are not welcomed anywhere. They are ignored, abused. Here at the Commons, we are trying to change that.
A study shows that 57% of Americans said they would likely attend church at Christmas if someone invited them. But how do we reach the people who said they wouldn't?