3 ways to engage the older generation in ministry

3 ways to engage the older generation in ministry

3 ways to engage the older generation in ministry April 7, 2020 One of the greatest pleasures that I have as a pastor is leading our older saints in accomplishing the mission of the church. It is often assumed that older saints are past their prime and that they do...
Pestilence, panic and promise

Pestilence, panic and promise

Pestilence, panic and promise March 26, 2020 Everywhere we turn, we keep hearing about the coronavirus. The world, it seems, is coming to a grinding halt. While we are living in strange and foreign times, much wisdom can be gleaned from Scripture and history. In times...
Practicing presence and being present in the midst of a pandemic

Practicing presence and being present in the midst of a pandemic

Practicing presence and being present in the midst of a pandemic March 25, 2020 COVID-19 is seemingly omnipresent. Its reach has stretched into more than 100 countries or territories, and the coverage is almost 24/7. There are no signs that normalcy will return...
6 hacks to save your Bible reading goals

6 hacks to save your Bible reading goals

6 hacks to save your Bible reading goals March 24, 2020 If you made it past two weeks in your commitment to read through the Bible in the new year, congratulations – you are in the minority! Dubbed “Quitter’s Day,” new research has shown that most people give up on...
Discipleship & social distancing: When my small group can’t meet

Discipleship & social distancing: When my small group can’t meet

Discipleship & social distancing: When my small group can’t meet March 18, 2020 “How do I disciple our small group when we can’t meet?” That was the question that went through my mind when I received yesterday’s news that our church was putting our groups on...
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