Pastors and Councils need to have a conversation about how they will deal with funeral protocols during the pandemic.
In times of trauma, people look to their spiritual leaders for care and support. The more pain spiritual leaders encounter, the more they pour themselves into ministry and the less they pay attention to their own well-being.
Your church may not have video recording or streaming capability, but there are some simple solutions for sharing Sunday's sermon during this time when worship services are suspended.
Listen in as Rev. Paul Ryan, pastor for worship at Calvin University, describes how students are working together to grow their spiritual disciplines.
Financial Shalom is partnering with LSS Financial Services to provide up to 6 financial counseling sessions to ordained CRCNA pastors and seminarians.
Thanks to generous supporters, Barnabas Foundation celebrates a record-breaking 9,890 grants (totaling $67 million) to churches, nonprofit ministries and other charitable organizations in 2019.
What would happen if, instead of talking about how giving changes others, you framed it in terms of how it changes them personally?
If you are looking for a book around which to gather local clergy to have good conversation on transitions, The Second Mountain is an approachable and compelling read.
In the November 2019 Youth Ministry newsletter, Travis Deur explores the benefits of surrounding young people by a team of adults.
Generosity Today is a quarterly publication from The Barnabas Foundation. It's designed to inspire generosity and educate your congregation about smart ways they can support your church beyond the offering plate.