At Kids Corner, biblical literacy and faith formation are the heartbeats of our ministry, but great storytelling is the pulse.
What do Faberge Organics Shampoo and the God Loves Me Bible story books have in common? You might be suprised.
Recently, Groundwork continued a series on spiritual disciplines that is less about doing, and more about being or living. How do we live our faith with discipline?
I heard it again this week in an online talk – “Remember your baptism.” Say what? Yes – Remember. Do you consciously remember that you were baptised?
Like Jonah, all of us are created to be in relationship. We thrive in communities where we are both held accountable when we need reminding, and held in loving arms when we need comfort.
The Discipleship and Faith Formation Ministry launched the God Loves Me crowd funding campaign this week. Here's why.
If you’re looking for a discipleship resource for your family that’s both fun and substantive, check out Kids Corner from ReFrame Media.
When we think of spiritual disciplines we often think of a list of “to-dos.” Thankfully, God’s grace gives strength to persevere. This month, check out Groundwork's new series on spiritual disciplines.
Food is the gateway into a different culture. It gives us a glimpse into who people are. As we travel around the globe using our taste buds, we plan to learn about each country and to pray for each one.
ReFrame offers a broad array of media experiences with the goal that you see what God is doing in your life and around the world. We invite you to share these radio episodes and blog posts.
Groundwork is a radio and podcast program using dialog and conversation to dig into tough issues from the Bible. Hosts Dave Bast and Scott Hoezee guide listeners in thoughtful, yet casual conversations.
Here's a great, thought-provoking activity for your youth group, small group, family devotions, or even for yourself.
Shepherds and sheep. Leaders and followers. The Good Shepherd himself spent time being both. Do we teach our leaders how to be good followers? What about our congregations?
Perhaps being a Church where this generation finds the belonging, understanding, equipping, and hope that we long for means that the Church needs to discover new ways to convey the power of the gospel message.
Are you looking for something to help you teach kids biblical literacy and faith formation, and at the same time to be very entertaining? Here's a weekly, 25-minute audio program for kids aged 6 to 12.
Groundwork is a 25-minute radio and podcast program using dialogue and conversation to dig into tough issues from the Bible. In this set, we hear about the challenges facing those sharing the Gospel in Africa and in America
A new pool shows "evangelicals" in American actually hold views of God that are not in line with historical orthodox thinking.
Children might not choose the right path unless they are guided. We give leadership, guidance, and help define for children what it means to be a man, a woman and a Christian.
Children can learn a lot from doing service projects. Service learning creates learning opportunities outside the classroom whether the activities are in the school building or out in the community.
Inclusion is the idea that all people, of all abilities are to be active integrated members of their community. How do you teach your children to be inclusive?
Groundwork, a brand new radio program, uses dialogue and conversation to turn the soil of Scripture. Hosts Dave Bast and Scott Hoezee guide listeners, leading them to practical applications of God’s Word.
I want to introduce a resource that I hope will be helpful in describing a gospel-centered understanding of sex and intimacy.
Halloween’s not my favorite holiday. But instead of shunning it, I choose to engage it.
Wise friends are God's gift for a healthy life and a healthy ministry. When you lose a wise friend, like King Uzziah did, you just might go crazy.