Network readers! I'd love to know: What books have you been reading recently? What books are you hoping to read?
Graduating from college or seminary? Looking for a church or nonprofit job? Here are seven easy things you can do to give your application materials the best chance of nabbing you an interview.
As we enter the decade of the new “roaring 20’s” many new words will find currency in our society. This piece looks at wokeness, virtue signalling, and intersectionality.
Did you set any goals for the year ahead? If so, I'd love to hear them!
I promise: this is not one of Jim’s pranks. Think Christian has really published an ebook on A Theology of The Office. And you can get it for free.
Some churches have begun restructuring their Church Council to allow for better communication, more collaboration, and increased effectiveness. Has your church done this recently? We'd love to hear about it!
I’m curious, what areas of ministry would you like to talk about this year?
The season of Advent is often associated with giving. We give each other gifts at Christmas and often consider ways that we can give back to our communities. How do you choose to give back?
While the adjective "reckless" is difficult for some of us to sing, there is some Truth in this song. There is also a conflicting message: are we hiding from God? Or are we seeking Him? Is our God omniscient? Is our God omnipresent? Who can sing this song truthfully?
Now that we are over halfway through the year, I wanted to check in and see which books you've read (any must reads? unexpected finds?) and which books are still on your list.