Basketball. Quilting. Tuxedos. In this episode, Reggie Smith shares how these three things have shaped his faith.
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Ruth Padilla DeBorst joins hosts Chris and Karen for this first episode of Open to Wonder Season 1: Beyond Sunday. Listen to the episode or read the transcript.
The “Words of Comfort” series studies some of the most comforting passages in the Bible, scriptures that bring God’s peace and comfort in times of uncertainty.
Join us during Lent in preparing our hearts for Easter by examining the meaning of Jesus Christ’s words from the cross.
To close out the series, the Office of Social Justice invites you to engage deeply in three ways: Listen, Learn, and Love. Use the stories and provided questions for your church's adult education classes.
In hard times, it can be difficult to see God’s providence and provision in your situation. Groundwork offers a new audio Bible study called, “Ruth: Surprised by God’s Providence,” to help strengthen your confidence to trust, obey, and actively receive God’s provision.
Recently LifeWay’s Todd Adkins, Daniel Im, and Eric Geiger (hosts of the 5 Leadership Questions podcast) released five episodes specifically related to recruiting volunteers in churches. Here are some of the highlights!
Find video recordings from the bivocational ministry gathering that took place last month in Grand Rapids, MI. We'd love your feedback!
A few years ago, Syd Hielema and I had an idea that each classis would have a least one Youth Ministry Champion. This podcast looks at the many places of engagement churches, classis, and youth ministry leaders can have with these Champions.
Groundwork is a half hour radio and podcast Bible-teaching program. The Habakkuk series features 5 episodes that explore Habakkuk's deepest questions about God and the Bible.
We talk about what to sing, how loud the drums should be, how fast the organist plays, and more. But what about conversations around the deep meaning and purpose of worship?