Individuals and churches in the last third of their lifetime can both benefit from a healthy evaluation of the past.
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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.
Here's how one church insured that new faith formation initiatives would live on past their committee work.
Here are six ways we can help ensure that ghosting doesn’t become a normalized expression in the Body of Christ.
It's important for those who leave and for those who are left behind to communicate and learn from the reason why.
Studies like Renegotiating Faith encourage congregations and mentors to be more intentional about connecting students to new networks at a time when they’re open to those connection points. Here are five ideas to consider.
As part of a covenant promise-keeping body of believers, how can a student’s church family help support their launch? Let's look at a CRC church in Barrie, Ontario, for some good ideas.
I wonder if rethinking the church library might be a way to tackle a manageable adaptive change for congregations being faced with even larger adaptive challenges. Let's discover new ways for church libraries to resource and bless congregations.
For most churches, the thought of not having a "coffee" gathering time after worship would be unthinkable. And yet, how often do we ask how effective this time is in forming the faith of all who attend?