Can anyone provide a few compelling reasons to convince "adherents" who regularly attend and participate to become members?
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I am looking for a resource for Council members at our church to participate in that has a fun, team-building theme.
About a month ago, we received an email from our Stated Clerk to discuss the 3 Synodical Study Committee reports. My question is: how do I best lead these discussions?
At our elders meeting we were discussing the need to provide leadership training for potential elders or deacons that haven't yet felt qualified or inspired to serve. Do materials exist?
It's Ministry Question Monday! Do you have ideas for helping people develop prayer lives that go beyond Sundays?
Our church council would like to nominate two young adult representatives, one of whom has served previously. Is this permissible? Secondly may someone be nominated twice?
It's Ministry Question Monday and today's featured question is: "How does your church transition new deacons into their role?"
How do we train and equip people to pray for worship? And how do we prepare those who pray with—and for—others after the service?
Does your Coffee Break group do a warm up before going into the study? If so, would you be willing to share ideas of video clips, songs, or speakers that you use?
Our church is in transition and looking to re-establish what it means to be a committee that takes care of the Property and the Finances of the church. What ought this group do?
Is it possible for Faith Alive to make ebook/kindle versions of previously published material? Good resources quickly go out of print and it seems a shame to not be able to access them in any way.
I am the newly elected president and one member has raised a concern that our executive committee includes both of our pastoral staff. What is the appropriate membership?
If the Faith Alive "HC and Me" material is not a good fit what are some alternative options?