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How I Found a Support Network
5 ways I formed a group of women leaders around me
of community would seem to be fellow leaders in your organization or ministry area, however This perspective is partly generational and I know many churches where the staff enjoy
Your Church Can Be a Refuge
4 steps to provide a calm, safe harbor of connection.
people could digitally join in on a conversation with me and other ministry veterans to yearly budget, we were able to provide 52 community building, enriching, multi-generational events
10 Steps to Get an Internship Ministry Started In a Small Church
Most small churches would love to have interns. But how do you overcome that massive initial step of getting your first intern?
Small Church MinistryFebruary 10, 2017. 10 Steps to Get an Internship Ministry Started In a Small Church Interning at a church is one of the best ways to prepare for pastoral ministry.
7 Reasons to Consider a Small Church Internship
Small churches have unique characteristics, quirks and blessings that can only be learned by having ministry experience in them.
Small Church MinistryJanuary 18, 2017. 7 Reasons to Consider a Small Church Internship Small churches have unique characteristics, quirks and blessings that can only be learned by
Preventing Teenage ‘Faith Drift’
Our research underscores the crucial role of intergenerational relationships.
“ROI” is a term I use often. Not because my ministry requires me to wheel-and-deal in high-level business negotiations (unless you count asking for soy milk at my local coffee house).
7 Keys to a Smooth Church Transition
How to make major changes without alienating your congregation.
Is it a new ministry opportunity? One multicultural church I spoke with struggled with generational tension that widened the gap between first-generation and second-generation
How Your Church Can Grow Young
What it takes to engage young people may surprise you.
Sure. But we uncovered equally robust ministry in rural, one-stoplight towns and middle-class suburbia. Your location does not have to be a limitation.
Ministry's Bleeding Edge
What churches do for trauma.
Ministry's Bleeding Edge. What churches do for trauma. David Kinnaman. 0; tweet; link. share; share; share. expand: email; print. We recommend this Building Church Leaders training tool
How Can Millennials Pastor Boomers?
There are benefits to the sometimes-awkward transition.
is drawn to the obstacles and threats that stand in the way of ministry goals. have the invincibility of youth.” Taylor's book, which describes “the looming generational showdown,” targets
How Your Church Can Benefit from ‘The Roseto Effect’
What a tiny town in Pennsylvania tells us about life-giving community.
She was interested in a women's Bible study and an outdoors ministry. At our church, we do this by presenting a multi-generational worship team each week.
When HotChurch Came to Town
It did something to me, especially on the inside.
We are like fruit embedded in generational Jello. had regular access to a full-on rock band, Saturday night services, advertising on secular-rock radio, massive youth ministry, and even
6 Things I've Learned Hanging Out with Addicts
Stepping out to the margins blew up my ministry.
But ministry is made complete when the rough edges of life rub off on you, when your suit Karen finished her 90 days, but can't seem to break the generational cycle of drug addiction.