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While dealing with loss and grief can be difficult for anyone, children’s reactions may differ from those of adults. Here are some resources to help.
While serving is not a “one-off” event, you can utilize the summertime to adopt one of these ideas to focus on service.
Invite members of your congregation who have specific gifts and passions to help create a week-long themed summer camp. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Attached is the Guide to Spiritual Practices for Chaplains Training 2021.
How do you share the gospel with people in a way that invites conversation rather than shuts it down? We have a brand new resource for you and your church.
The Building Blocks of Faith aren’t only for churches! Here’s how meeting four spiritual needs can strengthen curriculum, instruction, and assessment in Christian schools.
The Building Blocks of Faith can transform your church’s faith formation efforts, and this newly revised resource can help.
Rev. John Groen shares guidelines he drafted to train himself in patterns of constructive communication, so that destructive conflict can be avoided.
The Building Blocks of Faith describe four spiritual needs that are met in Christ. Here are some ideas for helping faith to flourish by meeting those needs in your church’s youth ministry.
Here you will find a variety of resources to help with your worship planning, including sermon support, orders of worship, songs, and children’s sermons.
Sometimes we forget that older people are still growing in faith. They’re often marginalized, but your congregation needs them! Here are some ways to use the Building Blocks of Faith with older adults.
Here are three important questions to ask when you share God’s story through outreach and neighborhood engagement events.
Because mentoring is highly relational, it’s a great way to experience deep belonging, explore God’s story in generative ways, build up each other’s hope in Christ, and speak into or confirm each other’s calling.