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Join Our Summer Study Group
Meet with women from across the country for community, encouragement, and discussion.
Beginning Monday, July 10, we'll have live Facebook videos, discussion questions, encouragements, and more for anyone interested in following along.
Straight to the Source
Seminaries teach a simple method for studying the Bible that we can all use to study the Bible ourselves.
They have been taught about the Bible through sermons, videos, and podcasts, and some may even read a daily devotional— but very few study the Bible in any depth.
Work as Formation
The founder of a toy company explores how his work impacts his spiritual life.
How I Leverage My Autism for Pastoral Ministry
My life-changing diagnosis forced me to learn myself—and my ministry role—all over again.
without speaking—but until that point, I didn't know there was such a thing as “social cues.” After about a year of investigating on my own by reading and watching videos, I was
8 Tips on Using Skype to Promote Church Events
Learn how to use this free tool to record video interviews
We're showing these videos in church on the Sundays leading up to the weekend when they'll be with us. And meetings. People don't watch serious videos.
Think Before You Post
Don't take what's not yours.
YouTube videos. Many church websites and social media sites incorporate YouTube videos. However, many churches display YouTube videos from other sources.
The Church Offertory: What's Trending?
7 trends worth noting as you evaluate your church offertory
Typically, this statement is about how the funds are used. Members are able to see through videos or testimonies the missional impact of their gifts. 7
Is Your Church a Pipeline, Portal, or Platform?
The amount of life transformation you're seeing may depend on your answer.
If that one core action does not happen or does not scale, there is no platform. For instance: YouTube is a platform for the hosting (production) and viewing (consumption) of videos.
The Autism-Friendly Church
How your church can welcome those with autism.
equip their churches with resources such as Special Needs Smart Pages by Joni and Friends—with articles, ideas, and activities to use at church—and “Making Sense of Autism” videos
Remembering Their Chains
6 Practical Ways to Support the Global Persecuted Church
There's a trove of online resources as well. Each of these websites offers stories, videos, and opportunities to get involved and take action. Watch the videos in the Torchlighters series.
6 Kinds of Pastors You'll Meet in Fiction
What popular portrayals of ministry reveal about our calling.
Where You'll Find Him: The Zealot is a shoe-in for a story's villain. You may have met him as Nathan Price in Barbara Kingsolver's bestselling novel The