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We Need a Cascade Effect in the Church
What might happen if more women were leading in the church?
I learned about this when a video went viral on social media, telling the story of wolves returning to the Yellowstone ecosystem in 1995 after having been killed off in the 1930s.
Self-Control for the Sake of Ministry
What does it mean to say “no” to ourselves on behalf of those we serve and influence?
Changing Times Call for Self-Controlled Leaders. The backdrop to our preparations is the ongoing turmoil we see evident on our social media and news.
8 Arguments Against Social Media – And Why Pastors Must Use It Anyway
When a pastor refuses to be on social media, they’re telling a large chunk of the congregation, “If you want to talk to me, you’ll do it my way.”
When a pastor refuses to be on social media, they're telling a large chunk of the congregation, “If you want to talk to me, you'll do it my way.”. Church &
The Top Church Management Conferences for 2017
Training across the nation to gain knowledge in financial, legal, and risk matters.
Presented by EH Publishing and Production media (with other sponsors), this event focuses on facilities, communications, and worship technology and best practices.
Pastoring in the Age of Celebrity
How famous Bible teachers impact local Bible study.
“Hosting well-known writers for speaking events, quoting them in sermons, and relating to them on social media are other ways to signal to our people and our community who our