Faith is mysterious. No matter what we do in church or at home, we can’t make faith happen. But, like a farmer, there’s much we can do to till the “soil” that faith grows in.
Faith Formation Ministries
Weekly worship gatherings are the family reunions of God’s people. But we don’t always remember to fully include people of all ages on Sunday mornings. Here are ten ways to build intergenerational worship practices at your church.
While each person’s spiritual journey is unique, there are common patterns. This helpful brochure explores how children and teens of different ages experience God and grow in faith.
Immigrants today are a blessing to our congregations, communities, families, economy, and country. This resource shares ten ideas for showing hospitality and experiencing the blessings immigrants bring.
Seeking justice is a spiritual discipline—a tangible way for us to express our faith by obeying the commands to love God and to love our neighbor as ourselves. This resource shares 10 tips for North Americans who want to follow Christ in seeking justice today.
In part two of this webinar series, we look deeply into what makes teens "tick" spiritually and how that impacts them, their families, and the church's ministries.
I love watching my boys play football, and I love it even more now that I better understand “the game within the game.” But I really love the local church. And like in football, sometimes our playbooks need to change.
It takes a village—the whole congregation—to nurture the faith of its young people. Here are ten ways to connect with young people and children.
We have nine Bible storybooks in our house, one for every year we’ve been parents. But recently we added something new to the mix, a big book on family worship. And we're pretty excited about it!
Thanks for pointing that out to us! I have uploaded a new bulletin insert that has two inserts side by side on an 8 1/2 x 11 paper. Let us know if that is more printer friendly...