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While it’s been hard being apart, there are some things about "Zoom church" we might want to hang on to.
Three questions to help your church make sense of which of your former practices truly build faith, which you might need to let go, and which new practices you might welcome and embrace.
Remembering is a faith practice, or spiritual discipline, just like prayer or hospitality. But remembering isn't giving a mental nod to God--biblical remembering requires action of us.
Here's the story of how Water Street CRC in Ontario used the Building Blocks of Faith to shape their congregation's faith formation work.
Evaluating where we are and attempting faith practices that are at pace with our lives allows us to create more steady, consistent practices.
Here’s a simple way to identify strengths and challenges in your church culture.
Here are three important things for ministry leaders to consider when planning post-pandemic ministry.
Here are four ways to think about post-pandemic faith formation in your congregation, plus resources to help.
My world was crazy: parenting 4 kids, changes in my business ownership, American politics, and the pandemic. The idea of naming the crazy and naming a way forward definitely caught my attention.
When overwhelmed by the pain and sorrow of the world, I hold up an imaginary one-inch frame; allowing the image that fits in that frame to be my starting point.